Melliejay Posted June 17, 2007 Report Share Posted June 17, 2007 I've been using utorrent for approx 12 months getting 30kB speed regularly. This dropped to about 8kB recently. I've tried everything including rebuilding my computer. I am using the following:DELL Inspiron 630m laptopWindows XP Operating System with SP2Zone Alarm basic firewall (was previously using McAfee)AVG Free Edition (was previously using McAfee)Speedstream 4100 modem (with assigned utorrent port forwarded)DLINK DWL-G700ap wireless router (I cannot access this to view / edit configurations - default password isn't working and reset isn't resetting password)ISP - Telstra - 512k broadband with unlimited upload (throttled at 12g download)Network connect flag is green (OK)Port is correctly forwarded (and it says it's ok when I use the "Test if port is forwarded correctly" program)Speed Guide / Upload Limit 40kB/s, Upload Slots 1, Connections 90, Connections (global) 150, Max active torrents 3, Max active downloads 2Speed Test - Latency 251ms, Download Speed 56Kb/s, Upload Speed 64Kb/sUtorrent is allowed in the firewall (done with previous firewall McAfee and current Zone Alarm)I've done the following:Tried tweaking the config with different bandwidth limiting and connectionsUsed the auto Connection Type with for speeds lower than 512 so that utorrent configs system automaticallyApplied the SP2 patch TCPIP.sys to 50 and 70 respectively and changed the net_max.halfopen to 50I have v1.6 and the current beta version - both are running slowConnecting directly to the modemI have previously been throttled by my ISP provider - every month actually and I still get better speeds than I am now.I cannot figure out what is wrong.Can someone PLEASE help this is driving me crazy.Also - the torrents i am downloading have good peer / seed ratios and the majority are from good private sites.I've set this up on two other peoples computers in the past couple of weeks with no issue. All i've done is download the program, forward the ports and add the program to the firewall and it's all good!!!! but not for me!!!if you could help I would be greatful:)My email is email@example.com.Thanks heaps!Melliejay Link to comment Share on other sites More sharing options...
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