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    Bitcomet??

    This is a discussion on Bitcomet?? within the P2P / File sharing forums, part of the General chat category; Have you tried FORCED ENCRYPTION? for People facing slow speeds?...

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      Have you tried FORCED ENCRYPTION? for People facing slow speeds?


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      uTorrent has an option called Forced Encrytion, This has apparantly boosted peoples speeds, However having never used BitComet im not to sure if it has that option,

      Maybe you could look in connection settings somewhere, Usually by the Ports Section?

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      cool, i'll check it out.

      Thanks for the help

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      cool. no worries?

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      If there was no shaping on the Connect packages - I would be very surprised, based on the costs of the service alone, any ISP not shaping this type of package would be committing commercial suicide.

      The only real way of trying would be to test a download after 12am - maybe we could have some volunteers?
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      Fibre - i tried several different clients, and many different torrent files (tried the 10 top most downloads on one site) and never got more that 20kb with an average of under 10.

      Nevermind, downloading at 500+ on newsgroups

      edit - replied without reading page 2

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      As I've postulated in the past and put forward in post #10 earlier in this thread it looks to me like there is traffic shaping happening for Connect customers. This means that any traffic matching a certain profile (e.g. P2P, torrents) will be throttled to low speeds. As NewsreadeR says, ISPs reselling BTs services pretty much have to do this unless they want to lose a lot of money.

      Changing port number won't help. Encrypting your P2P or torrent traffic probably will.

      Look for a client that supports this and try again.

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      Quote Originally Posted by Drew22 View Post
      Fibre - i tried several different clients, and many different torrent files (tried the 10 top most downloads on one site) and never got more that 20kb with an average of under 10.

      Nevermind, downloading at 500+ on newsgroups

      edit - replied without reading page 2
      What is this newsgroups your talking about?

     

     
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