Ragnor: The other problem is the excessive shaping on single connection transfers, single connection FTP/HTTP, yet if you use a download manager or bittorrent for example and crank a ton of connections you can get a decent speed.
eg: Single connection download from international FTP you might get 5-10 KB/s, yet crank a well seeded torrent and you can do 120-180KB/s in peak time. It's a bit silly.
You can see single connections being shaped to buggery in a bunch of "general" web use situations like gmail (already mentioned), trying to open Steam (takes forever), team based voip like Ventrillo where you connect to a server (5 KB/s just isn't enough).
Savageone: just hit 2:30 and the lag in games and ventrillo went insane. was getting a ping of 30,000+ in vent and was warping in combat arms
eXDee: Hey guys,
Question for those on big time
Are national sites fine? National downloads?
Anyone connecting to a work VPN or anything? Does telecom shape national?
Talkiet:All that said, the traffic management is under continuous review and if it actually turns out to be the rules or the traffic management box that is genuinely slowing normal (non P2P / RS type DL / non gaming etc) traffic to 22bytes/sec than I'm sure that changes will be made.
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