harleypete Posted April 23, 2007 Report Share Posted April 23, 2007 Hi guys, me againI have got uploads speeds that are 3 or 4 times the amount of the download speed.Someone here said that it might have something to do with the UL - DL speed allocated by the ISP?"Your line may also be a 'rate-adjusted' line that on-the-fly trades upload for download bandwidth and vice-versa. Meaning...if you're uploading fast, you cannot download fast. Or if you're downloading fast you cannot upload fast."I am not very wise in these things, but would like to know if this is the case, is there a way around it?These are all the settings I have got, and I have gone thorugh the setup guide as well.- Colour of the bottom network status GREEN:- Speed checker says: OK! Port XXXXX is open and accepting connections. You will be able to receive incoming BitTorrent connections. - Speed guide settings: Upload limit: 35KB/s Upload slots: 4 Connections per torrent: 80 Connections global: 230 Max active torrents: 3 Max active downloads: 2When I did a speed check here is my average speeds: D/L: 459 - U/L: 312- OS: Windows XP- Security Software: AVG & McAfee Firewall - Router: BT Voyager 2091- ISP: Eclipse (UK)- Connection type: ADSLI do have to say that I am at the end of my exchange, and only can get a "basic" broadband speed.Thats all the info I have got, hope this can help you to help me. Link to comment Share on other sites More sharing options...
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