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slow download

smoshinvon

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why does my bit-torrent download at 2 kbps when i am connected to 28 peers and 20 seeds, and the total speed is suppost to be 661 kbps?

anyone know, will i slow it down when i seed?
 
Firewall? Are you on a school connection?
 
Um...from the 11/7/04 thread..i'm getting slow speeds as well...i see only 7 seeds with 16 KB upload...useing BitComet looking in for 6881...behind router and firewall but i opened the 6881 pot on both of them
 
first: is anyone able to make logs?

smoshinvon said:
anyone know, will i slow it down when i seed?
by uploading as much as you can you are slowing down your downloads.
find out how fast your client uploads at average, lets say 30 KB/s.
Then you should set your upload speed to 26-28 KB/s to allow overhead traffic to arrive in time.


BTW: can you use Azureus and check if the same problem occurs with that client?


BTW2: what's your IP? (i only need to know the 3 first parts like 195.240.73.x)
this way i can probabely check if my client can connect to yours.
 
haha604 said:
ISPs have found a way to slow BT down. The technology is called traffic mapping.
traffic shaping actually.
to avoid that, try non-standard ports.
ports that you should try first: port 80. If your ISP doesnt block it, this should get you definately the highest speed.
if that doesnt work, try port 8080.
and as a last shot, try anything between 5000 and 65000.

and ofcourse you should always use port-forwarding if you have a router and/or open that in your firewall.
 
Heres my log

BitComet 0.55 is running on:
CPU : Intel(R) Pentium(R) 4 CPU 3.20GHz 3207 MHz
RAM size : 1.49 GB
OS Version: Microsoft Windows XP Professional Service Pack 2 (Build 2600)


Default tracker optimization rules file loaded.
IP rules file: ipfilter.dat loaded, 0 entries.
Start Listening at TCP Port:6881
Start Listening at UDP Port:6881
Windows XP ICF Status: Firewall port is opened.
Update Local IP: 192.168.1.68
Windows XP ICS Status: cannot find working ICS.
Tracker optimization rules file version checking . . . . up-to-dated now.
Favourite sites file version checking . . . . up-to-dated now.
 
can you get a log something like this:
Code:
[0:30:18]  80.212.136.89:1251 [Azureus 2.2.0.0] has 1356
[0:30:18]  80.212.136.89:1251 [Azureus 2.2.0.0] has 958
[0:30:18]  80.212.136.89:1251 [Azureus 2.2.0.0] has 772
[0:30:18]  66.32.97.128:2430 [ABC 2.6.9] has 569
[0:30:19]  195.18.173.52:6972 [BitTornado 0.3.7] has 1226
[0:30:19]  68.186.13.199:6884 [ABC 2.6.9] has 259
[0:30:19]  69.197.124.30:10826 [BitTornado 0.3.8] has 1346
[0:30:19]  81.197.77.228:51873 [BitTornado 0.3.8] has 86
[0:30:19]  24.81.24.17:6881 [Mainline 3.4.2] has 299
[0:30:19]  82.41.152.73:6800 [ABC 2.6.9] has 431
[0:30:19]  82.41.152.73:6800 [ABC 2.6.9] has 1020
[0:30:19]  65.60.249.6:1991 [Burst! 1.1.3] has 580
[0:30:19]  Sent Keep-alive message to 84.41.141.234:6886
[0:30:19]  Sent Keep-alive message to 24.150.142.100:6990
[0:30:19]  80.221.144.79:6881 [ABC 0.6.7] has requested #43:180224->196607
[0:30:19]  70.25.170.149:63468 [BitComet 0.56] has requested #809:212992->229375
[0:30:19]  81.153.179.24:27528 [BitTornado 0.3.8] has 712
[0:30:19]  Sent Piece data for #779: 163840->180223 message to 68.32.82.22:4860
[0:30:19]  80.62.136.134:21982 [G3 Torrent] has 948
[0:30:20]  Sent Keep-alive message to 195.18.173.52:6972
[0:30:20]  Sent Keep-alive message to 68.186.13.199:6884
[0:30:20]  Sent Keep-alive message to 218.186.58.103:6881
and what's you external ip?
and the azureus question remains the same ;)
im going to bed now, ill reply tomorrow.
 
bigfoot1942 said:
can you get a log something like this:
and what's you external ip?
and the azureus question remains the same ;)
im going to bed now, ill reply tomorrow.

nobody willing and able to help out on this?
Im very curious what the problem may be, since more and more people are reporting this problem.
 
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