thekriz Posted August 31, 2008 Report Share Posted August 31, 2008 Hi, i have an upload speed problem, like you read from the title. When I do a speedtest from www.speedtest.net i find out that my upload speed is about 550 kb/s or about 60 kB/s. But when I seed or upload while downloading my speed doesn't get above 7, occasionally 10 kB/s. The port I'm using utorrent or any other torrenting program is fine, the test shows that its open, but the icon down below is yellow or red. I have read the Bad ISPs from azureuswiki and my country (estonia), let alone ISP isn't in it. And when I upload a file to lets say RapidShare or any other site my upload speed is fine, ranging from 55-60 kB/s. I have also read the speed guide and the setup guide and followed it, but those didn't work. I've also searched from google hundreds of times and not come up with anything. Can anyone here help me? On private torrent sites I'm always shown as connectible or connected, but it's the public torrents I'm worried about. I run Windows Vista, SP1, Core2Duo 2.2 GHz, 2GB RAM, just bought a new computer a few months ago. When I had my old computer, which was Windows XP SP2, 512mb RAM, 1.8 GHz processor, I also had this problem. When I open utorrent I get a lot of peer disconnects and machine refuses on the logging tab. I've searched about that also, but it didn't come up with anything new. When I used Deluge some time ago to try it out my speeds were better for some time, but it was a short time solution. Also my download speed isnt that good, but getting 80-90 kB/s or semi-popular torrents on a 1Mbit/s line isn't that bad. Oh, just remembered that when I used Deluge, I connected to about 70 seeds and leechers at a time, but now I connect to only 15 or 20 seeds and a few leechers. I've tried turning off firewalls on my WiFi router, Windows firewall isn't on at all, even tried to turn off my antivirus, which is Kaspersky 7.0 and still nothing works. Link to comment Share on other sites More sharing options...
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