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Ultimate Geek
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Topic # 195008 2-Apr-2016 18:09
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I shifted my VDSL fro Snap to 2D.


Prior to the shift my P2P traffic would regularly make 3-4MB/s.


Doing a speed check i get greater than 63Mb/s down and 20Mb/s uploads


However my P2P traffic is now running like dial-up speeds, maxing out at 30KB/s, and running mostly at 10KB/s


Netflix and the like still work fine with multiple streams running at once.


Mail, web browsing seem to be great too.




So, what has happened ?


Is 2D doing traffic shaping ?





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  Reply # 1524731 2-Apr-2016 18:14
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just to answer my own question.




No, found that my P2P software update screwed up with a preference and set its own bandwidth limit


Removing that and all is back to normal.





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