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Master Geek


#27188 16-Oct-2008 23:07
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Just to get some idea can people please post speeds that they get for torrent downloads??

i get about 150KB/s and am on the torrent plan with FS/128k

cheers

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Master Geek


  #171721 16-Oct-2008 23:46
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samsam: Just to get some idea can people please post speeds that they get for torrent downloads??

i get about 150KB/s and am on the torrent plan with FS/128k

cheers


Your speed is fast!!!I'm on Fusion and get ONLY 3KB to 5KB/s it happened since 3weeks agos,got Megaupload premium account and scheduled to download from 12am to 8am got just about 100MB or less each night.

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Wannabe Geek


  #171727 17-Oct-2008 00:20
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About a month ago I used to get 800kb/s. Now I get around 30-50kb/s. This is from midnight - 8am.

 
 
 
 


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Master Geek


  #171730 17-Oct-2008 01:45

I have a 6.5gb download thats been going for 8 days. Average speed 9.1kB/s, and I leave it running
till about 12.00pm (from 12am). Day time speeds boost the average up a bit. More like 3kB/s-7kB/s
after 12am. It's like getting a free tank of gas and only being allowed to back up and down your drive.

About three weeks ago
I used an app called "CurrPorts" to check how many tcp connections I had open during a torrent
download and it was around 350, with realatively good speeds. Tested tonight with two torrents
running and same setup in utorrent. Currports shows only 128 tcp connections. Perhaps xnet is
limiting the amount of tcp connections somehow. Who knows really. Its all smoke and mirrors at
the moment.

If you dont mind paying a couple extra bucks I say all those on the torrent plan should let their torrent
run through to midday in protest to this current situation. (or perhaps thats a bit naughty). Anyways...

Cheers ;-)

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Master Geek


  #171732 17-Oct-2008 01:52
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how the heck are some of u getting those speeds? im getting 2 to 10kb/sec. Now my speed is 1.15kb/sec. WTH???

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Uber Geek

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  #171736 17-Oct-2008 06:16
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This program lets you see how the average speed of the swarm,  it gives you an idea of how fast the torrent should be going.

Vuze 4.0.0.0  (formerly Azureus) is a java bittorrent client offering multiple torrent downloads, queuing/priority systems (on torrents and files), start/stop seeding options and instant access to numerous pieces of information about your torrents.




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Master Geek


  #171784 17-Oct-2008 12:07
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i use to get about 400KB/s and still do if i download during the day. Where do you get your torrents from and do you have any idea of how may seeders?? i normaly have a few thousand active downloaders and hundred or so seeders

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Master Geek


  #171792 17-Oct-2008 13:37
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Downloading during the day is all good.average speed is4500KB/s to 6000KB/s.But from 12.01am to 7.59am can't even reach 30KB/s.

 
 
 
 


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Geek


  #171831 17-Oct-2008 16:50
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last night i got about 200kb/s for first hour (500mb downladed)
1am-4am 100kb/s (250mb x 3)
4am- 20kb/s :(

and am on the torrent plan with FS/128k




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Geek


  #171858 17-Oct-2008 20:46
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I think they have designed it to rip people off...

people switched to the torrent plan, and now you cant even download a 350meg file between 12-8am..... so if you want to keep downloading you have to download outside the free area, then you have to pay more per gig....

Who can you complain to about service quality?

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Master Geek


  #171869 17-Oct-2008 21:44
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Prime: now you cant even download a 350meg file between 12-8am


O RLY? I got 5 times that done last night.

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Ultimate Geek


  #171878 17-Oct-2008 23:20
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I recently got my account suspended (wont go into it) but I have now decided to use my free data purely as a linux hosting service (through torrents)

Started downloading and was getting around 600kbps then all of a sudden it has dropped to 15 and wont get any higher! Answers PLEASE xnet?

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Geek


  #171880 17-Oct-2008 23:35
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TameIti:
Prime: now you cant even download a 350meg file between 12-8am


O RLY? I got 5 times that done last night.


Well if we count uploads I did upload 4 times that amount.........


I set the file for midnight start I woke at 7 and it was still on 78%, now this is a popular torrent.

Ive stopped gaming after 8pm as the lag is horrendous, but alas it wont be for much longer as in about 4 weeks im shifting and NOT going to use xnet, even if I pay more id rather have quality than being ripped off.

Anyone using that $90 20gig Vodafone plan, which includes the phoneline?

Id go with Naked dsl but in relaity its not any cheaper than actually having a phoneline, well it is if you barely use Data lolz.

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Ultimate Geek


  #171881 17-Oct-2008 23:37
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Take that back Im gettin 580kbps again :)

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Master Geek


  #171885 18-Oct-2008 00:07

11.58pm speeds around 70-80kB/s.... 12.05am speeds dropped now 16-26kB/s.. O for awesome. Now that's what I call
value for money.



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Master Geek


  #171888 18-Oct-2008 00:38
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have those with slow speeds tried to change the port number and made sure port forwarding is working correctly?

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