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Old 2007-09-05, 05:42 PM
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Re: Sandvine

I used to be able to upload at 50 and down at 300 no problem....
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Old 2007-09-05, 05:43 PM
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Re: Sandvine

I think my Isp might have those separated somehow, seeing as how whatever they put in is only affecting download traffic (STUPID beyond belief, upload is what costs money)
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Old 2007-09-05, 05:59 PM
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Re: Sandvine

I would still switch back to uTorrent 1.6.0, if only for the reason that 1.7 messes with your stats. You won't be able to keep up a good ratio with it.
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Old 2007-09-05, 06:15 PM
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Re: Sandvine

just switched back to 1.61, thanks for the advice
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Old 2007-09-05, 06:16 PM
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Re: Sandvine

No problem, glad to help.
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Old 2007-09-06, 01:56 AM
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Re: Sandvine

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Originally Posted by Honeyko
So it can't be hacked like Azureus gets hacked.
that's total bs. if you look in the right places, you can get copies of modified utorrent clients that report improper stats.

the reason utorrent was always closed source, is because ludde knew he was sitting on something that would be valuable one day. like clockwork, someone with a big enough offer came along and he sold it.
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Old 2007-09-10, 05:22 PM
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Re: Sandvine

more trouble for comcast and their Internet subscribers.

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Heavy Internet users unplugged by US cable company Sat Sep 8, 11:12 AM ET

WASHINGTON (AFP) - Several Internet users in the United States have been unplugged by their service provider because they download too much, a press report said here Friday.

Cable Internet and entertainment provider Comcast "has punished some transgressors by cutting off their Internet service, arguing that excessive downloaders hog Internet capacity and slow down the network for other customers," the Washington Post reported.

Comcast spokesman Charlie Douglas told AFP the company was addressing "the problem of abusive activity that adversely impacts on everybody else's experience."

"I can't give you a number" for clients who have been disconnected, said Douglas, while assuring that customers whose plugs were pulled are "very rare."

According to the Washington Post, a customer would have to download the equivalent of 1,000 songs or four feature films a day to trigger a disconnection warning.

Comcast gives customers a month to fix problems or upgrade their service before they are disconnected, the Washington Post said.

An unplugged client in Rockville, a suburb of Washington, has filed a complaint with the county he lives in, saying his contract with his service provider states that he is entitled to unlimited Internet access, officials in Montgomery County said.

A recent report by the ABI market research company warned that the growth in demand for "bandwidth-hungry services such as HDTV and online gaming is leading to a critical lack of capacity" in US cable operators' networks.

"Cable TV operators trying to satisfy the increasing bandwidth demands of HDTV customers feel very much like the thrifty grocer who tried to cram ten pounds of potatoes into a five-pound bag," ABI research director Stan Schatt said last month.

"The increasing bandwidth demands on cable operators will soon reach crisis stage, yet this is a 'dirty little industry secret' that no one talks about."
the writing is on the wall - they are running out of bandwidth.
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