Kislorod Posted October 24, 2014 Report Share Posted October 24, 2014 Hello, fellowes! I would like to share a problem that I considered a problem just recently: Torrent download speeds almost never rise higher than 3MB/s. Usually 1-1.7MB/s, while a single-peer download speeds are about 400-600 kB/s at most (usually 200-400kB/s) on healthy torrents. Even on healthy torrents with thousands of seeds. The speed of HTTP and FTP downloads - is about 5-6MB/s. Please see the attach - these are my absolutely usual speeds. My internet-connection is 77Mbps. Real IP. I have 3 computers (Mac w/ v1.8.4, PC w/126.96.36.199126, MacBook w/1.8.4) forming a LAN via Time Capsule MD033 (Mac and PC - by 1Gbps cables and MacBook via 420Mbps WiFi ). Presuming your next question I will answer - YES, I already tried to connect each of my computers directly, bypassing router - the overall speed picture remains the same. uTorrent on EACH machine is set to default settiings. Traffic limitations turned OFF (re-checked a dozen times). The most amusing fact is that LAN download speeds (when I start the on Mac a download that is already finished on PC for test) also display LOW download speeds limited exactly to 14.8MB/s though my machines are connected by 1Gbps link and manually copying a file from Mac to PC displays speeds about 60-70MB/s (60000-70000kB/s) (Screeenshot #2) "Glasnost" shows that my ISP is NOT shaping traffic - it reached 7MB/s during test (See screenshot 3#) Can someone please tell me - what the hell? Link to comment Share on other sites More sharing options...
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