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What's your statistics? And how many packets did you send/receive?

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this is amazing

whats ur connection and since when u have this prog open

well at least i beat u in dloads

100/10 Mbit/s.

Just count the hours, but sometime since 2007 I think.

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ok i only have 6/1mbit connection

well i should add my 2002-2007 era where i was using bittornado

this should add an other 40000 hours and probly an other 5tb dloads

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Uploading terabytes and shutting down the program 3077 times don't seem to be compatible. Well, it is possible to shut it down every day, but not when you're a dedicated seeder.

 

µTorrent 1.6.1, my main program for about 7 years. Now seeding only private music and other small torrents. Started 114 times should be accurate.

 

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µTorrent 2.0.4, split off bulky video torrents, and sites forbidding the use of old versions. It has been launched 116 times because a few times the program has become hung with 100% cpu usage if I abuse it with huge torrents.

 

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µTorrent 2.0.4 public torrents, the bottomless insatiable pit

 

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Separate copy routed through a slow 8 Mbit Wireless link as a backup seed and speed boost for some larger files. Most of the time one user gets all the b/w.

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A copy for unsorted "free leech" torrents (unmetered downloads, rarely announced, require adding hundreds of files at once)

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I can easily manage different torrent categories like this. Public torrents can be easily throttled at once, and so can large video torrents. I use the scheduler to stop them during evening hours. I tend to forget to assign "labels". The programs have different colored icons and UI design to remind me where I am.

 

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Packets. The statistics are for the current uptime session of the RouterBoard only. I don't know how to interpret them. Apparently 60 GB is accumulated by links that are down. I have two WAN links, one wireless. No uploads are active at the moment. It shows 11 TBs up.

The rough totals are: 31 TB / 5 TB.

 

My images are small, so I attached them, to make sure they don't get removed by a webhoster.

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