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Topic # 42581 7-Oct-2009 14:44
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I hope i can have constructive help from you guys

well, my internet line speed is 300kB max on http downloads

But on torrents the best i get is about 100kB

I have forwarded ports and also configured a static IP address

I wish to get my full line speed while using torrents

Can someone point me in the right direction on how to configure my client(bitcomet) to reach its full potential. Ive herd of u torrent but cant seem to get it to work and even get speed on it

What ports shal i use?

thanks guys

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  Reply # 262069 7-Oct-2009 14:55
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What ISP, plan, modem, wifi router, wifi encryption, extension phone cord, line filter and how many plugged in telephones do you use?




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  Reply # 262071 7-Oct-2009 14:58
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Put quite simply, you will never get "line speed" out of your torrents, theres numerous reasons for this, popularity of the torrent, seeds vs peers, geological location of said peers, and more importantly the traffic shaping that happens at your isp (which is there for a purpose, if everyone was getting line speed on p2p, NZ internet would be a complete shambles!) So be happy your getting what your getting, it wasnt too many years ago you would be happy getting 30kb!
For example i can pull 1300kb/s off microsoft.com (i synch at 20mbit to my cabinet) but ive never seen my torrents go faster than 400kb/s, and that was a once off.

 
 
 
 


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  Reply # 262077 7-Oct-2009 15:06
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Best thing you can do is what youve already done.... some days I see 100k or less then other days Ill see 400+. Its a pot luck really... if its a popular torrent with lots of seeders then it should come through at a reasonable rate.




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  Reply # 262078 7-Oct-2009 15:07
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Telecom ISP, Go large plan, 2wire modem from telecom, no wifi and 1 plugges phone



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  Reply # 262079 7-Oct-2009 15:07
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anyone know a good port to forward to aswell?

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  Reply # 262083 7-Oct-2009 15:08
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SSL through Usenet will max your line out.

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  Reply # 262087 7-Oct-2009 15:13
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huinz: Telecom ISP, Go large plan, 2wire modem from telecom, no wifi and 1 plugges phone



You won't get full torrent speeds because your plan is shaped

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