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Overnet speed??????????

Discussion in 'Windows - P2P software' started by pas2mania, Mar 6, 2004.

  1. pas2mania

    pas2mania Regular member

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    Hi, I just bought 4 mbit/persecond cable and on overnet I did everything to configure it. After i configured my router the status is on open but it still goes slows not above 20 kb. Here are my things mdownload is 90 and mupload is 10 and max connections is 65 and sources is set at 0.
    There are popular too 125 sources. ounce the speed was at 80kb but i dont know what happened. please help.
     
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    Hey wats up I am having the same problems my speed reached that high also but on my program it doesn't show the open status but it shows me connected.I don't know what I am doing wrong either and I don't know how to forward my ports which I heard people talking about.My connection right now is at 24mbps and I shouldn't have any probs with speed wise.If I could get connected I would be fine with that just getting anything to download would be nice.
     
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    um. do you have a router?
     
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    i have the 1 meg DSL package and i still cant get higher than like 15k on edonkey- meanwhile kazaa gets up to 100 and site dl are like 400k.

    BUT I NEED EDONKEY CAUSE ITS GOT RARE FILES- ANYONE KNOW HOW TO MAKE IT FASTER? I HAVE ALL MY SETTINGS RIGHT.
     
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    This didn't work for me only because my network setting is different.I'm not using the linksys I'm using D-Link wireless ethernet card and a MN-700 wireless router which is completely different with the settings.I'm kinda lost on this though because it shouldn't be this hard to figure out right or is it.
     
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    Now see that makes me mad, here someone ask for help, they get it. I asked for help and nobody even tries.

    Apparently all you ppl know what you are doing. I for one don't and I'm sure there are more than just me, as this and other post point out.

    Make a guide or something, but when you make it. Make it to where ppl who don't know what they are doing can understand. It would be a really big help and would be greatly appriciated.

    That is if ya'll can get 200k and d/l speeds like that.
     
  8. pcshateme

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    everytime i ask why i cant get desent speeds on ANY forum i never get a useable response.
     
  9. pas2mania

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    I set the UDP port and TCP port both on one and you don't need to configure your router because it leaves it open automatically. Now the average is about 30. I am downloading 3 files and there all going 30 kb sec. I'm happy but i hear people have speeds that are 100kb sec, i would be really happy lol. I dont get why it doesnt go faster. under shared it says total shared then 5.37G.
     
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    Okay this is making me mad. The speed is never stable and never gets past 50 kb sec or if it's close to that it only works for five minutes then goes back down. My connections is from a speed test -Your download speed : 3943863 bps, or 3943 kbps.
    A 481.4 KB/sec transfer rate.
    -Your upload speed : 570125 bps, or 570 kbps.
     

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