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Thread: Emule Settings

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    Gigi666
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    hey guys, im new to the whole emule system and i read loads of guides and tried loads of different tips and settings but i still get slow speeds. I have a ADSL connection of 4Mb/256kb and I have a linksys router with both ports open.


    I have xp
    Thanks

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    85KB/s down is fast.

    EVerything you download has to be uploaded by someone else. Don't expect to download lots more than you upload.
    "I went over to a friend's house the other day. He was having problems with his computer and he asked me to look at it, and I realized he had Windows Me and it's like, oh no—that's your first problem."-Michael Dell, founder and CEO of Dell.

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    Quote Originally Posted by zaphodiv
    85KB/s down is fast.

    EVerything you download has to be uploaded by someone else. Don't expect to download lots more than you upload.
    in emule 13KB/s down is fast!

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    upload and download ratio

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    Emule is always slow. It makes up for its speed with its fine selection.

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    @gigi666

    i have amule (mac user) with the same connection at 4Mb, my amule download at 60/80Kbs. At night with file that have many sources goes on 180/200kbs.

  7. File Sharing   -   #7
    Max Connections is too high. Your router wont like anything over 250 connections. i set mine to 200 and thats fine.

    You don't need to put any limit on your downloads, but you must limit your uploads to 80% of bandwith.

    Don't allow your mule to autoconnect to servers. Stick to the donkeyservers if you can, if not just use cad.

    More files is good.

    Credit system takes a while to kick in [Months]. Getting verified files from a good forum will earn you credits with other users there and help with your credits.

    Your isp could be throttling those ports.[You have the defaults set.] This would be obvious because everything would slow to a trickle, especially at busy times. If you suspect that's the case, change those ports [Put a 1 or 2 in front of the number.] and forward those instead.

    Never sit there watching your mule...it can be soul destroying. 8)
    My psychiatrist can testify to my sanity.

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    small tip : it depends on which files u are dling , who released them

    take a look at our emule movie links, quality rips and very fast speed, im usually finished after 12-14 hours,ive even had one done after 4
    Last edited by nanotek; 07-13-2006 at 08:39 PM.
    Open your mind

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    Theres no way to stop upload speeds, its designed to allow atleast 10kb/sec minimum uploads speed, just to let everyone know

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    Quote Originally Posted by NiKRuLeZ
    Theres no way to stop upload speeds, its designed to allow atleast 10kb/sec minimum uploads speed, just to let everyone know

    Why do you need to minimize upload ?
    If you upload as much as you can and you ll get good credits and your downloads will start better.

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