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Re: bittorrent slow

Mine is running really slow too but I'm pretty sure that my ISP is 
throttling the high port numbers to prevent large downloads from 
saturating his system.

I was running about 20k/20k but right now it is 7k/14k.  No worries, 
I'll have my FC5 day after tomorrow.


>Alex F. Evonosky wrote:
>> On Tue, 2006-03-21 at 17:52 +0000, Anne Wilson wrote:
>>>On Tuesday 21 March 2006 17:41, lostson wrote:
>>>> Hello
>>>> I am terribly disappointed in the bittorrent, I had heard it would be
>>>>faster then getting them off the mirrors so i fired it up and it nicely
>>>>told me 1 day and 22 hours to go.
>> Also be aware that many MSO's and ISP's are deploying mitigation
>> appliances (e.g. Sandvine) in their networks to mitigate P2P to a
>> substantial rate decrease.  Also, Sandvines can limit the number seeds
>> per client, just an FYI.
>I'm currently getting < 5kbs off bittorrent, other torrents have not had
>this problem (~60kbs, which is what I limit to).  It might be someone
>else saturating my upload bandwidth (shared ADSL), but with other people
>complaining I thought I should mention it.
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