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  #282604 15-Dec-2009 11:13

Great news, moving from shaping data to shifting data, give the people what they want, when they want.

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  #284811 23-Dec-2009 11:48
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How is everyones bittorrent going? :)

Is the cache having a good effect on your performance?

 
 
 
 




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  #284823 23-Dec-2009 12:17
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Sounddude: How is everyones bittorrent going? :)

Is the cache having a good effect on your performance?


I used my utorrent the other day, first time in a while, and I had no hassles. Worked well. The actual speed of my line seems to have dropped in the last month or so but I'm guessing that's another issue.

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  #284917 23-Dec-2009 21:54
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Night and day!  Downloaded something the other day 1.6MB/s - that's Megabytes per second!



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  #288132 8-Jan-2010 14:28
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Been having issues with pirate bay trackers today. Not sure why.

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  #289848 13-Jan-2010 23:55
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I'm having mixed results. Magnet traffic seems to work better than traffic initiated with a torrent file. Entirely DHT traffic seems better as you don't need a tracker at all. If one other peer has the DHT, then you will, too.....every peer becomes a tracker.

At this point the problem becomes whether or not a peer will accept an unencrypted connection....and large proportion will not.

So you have to balance up whether you'll go faster un-encrypted with Orcon's cache......or encrypted (and shaped) with a larger number of potential peers.

Given the shaping is at peak, provided you're happy to wait until tomorrow for whatever it is you're after, then encrypted is fine as a default.

Last night traffic was fine. Tonight it's crap. I've downloaded just over 100MB of a file and uploaded well over 800MB......great for my ratio.....but the shaping is clear.




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  #289963 14-Jan-2010 12:32
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The PeerApp caches we have installed, will only work with unencrypted bittorrent.

Encrypted will be traffic managed as usual.


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