Dark_Messiah Posted February 7, 2007 Report Share Posted February 7, 2007 ISP: novis.pt (24Mb D / 640 Kb U)Max half_open: 80Router: D-link DI-624 (uTorrent has shows green light on, port fowarded)distance to isp hub: 500~700mutorrent settings: xx/256Kmy system, and it includes utorrent, obviously (or else I would'nt be here) never goes high when it comes to speed...My average on utorrent is a depressing 100KB... it is depressing cuz I'm on the fastest ISP in my country, near the ISP hub, but I don't get high-speed transfers!... as far as I now, my isp doesn't block connections, or any o'that stuff... but where are the 3000 KB I should be enjoying? I know it rarelly reaches the level the isp announces, but heck... speedtesting from here to NY (which I believe, in terms of connection, is almost a neighbour to me... cuz my isp connects to a fiber-optic backbone in france, wich has connections through the atlantic, all the way to the states, supposedly allowing me to connect to the NY test server almost entirely through fiber-optics...) results in values such as 312 KB D / 50 KB U... and that's it! that's also the higher value I ever scored on a torrent...Only the slackware torrent get's me going faster... around 500 KB max D speed...I don't think it is a tracker issue, since in the past few months I've been downloading from lots of diferent ones...it could also be a torrent problem, but I've been downloading lots of stuff latelly, so it would be expected for me to get fast D on at least one... but nope... slackware is the fastest torrent I've ever downloaded...What do u guys think I could do to improve this? Link to comment Share on other sites More sharing options...
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