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Thread: New Poll: How Much Upload Bandwidth Do U Allow Ppl

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    Just curious what upload bandwidth ppl allow?

    My isp gives me 1200kb/s download, 300-400kb/s upload
    I set my kazaa 5 upload slot and 128 kb/s upload bandwidth

    What's yours?

  2. File Sharing   -   #2
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    I got 1024kbps Down, 256kbps up

    I set kazaa upload on unlimited and 3 upload slots

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    I got 512 kb/s down, 25 kb/s up

    I set kazaa upload on unlimited and 3 upload slots

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    I have 128 up. When Im browsing I set it to 64 u/l otherwise to unlimited.

    You Better Keep In Mind That I Can Read Between The Lines


    Never argue with an idiot, they drag you down to there level and beat you with experience!!

  5. File Sharing   -   #5
    1024/256

    3 slots up / unlimited

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    I set it to 64 kbps (out of 96 possible) 'cause it's the maximal setting that would allow me to use the internet normally. I don't like to change my settings around all time time so it's always 64 (8 kB/s)

  7. File Sharing   -   #7
    i allow as much as i have available

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    Originally posted by stevewolst1@26 May 2003 - 10:36
    i allow as much as i have available
    Dito

  9. File Sharing   -   #9
    My download on cable allows about 3200kb/s which is 400KB/s
    My uploads however never exceed about 30KB/s.
    Thus I set my uploads in settings to 256K, allowing 32KB/s with 2 to 5 slots.

    Keep in mind it is not benificial to leave your uploads at ulimited as it it causes errors trying to send more than it can causing resends. You should watch or find your general upload maximum, as an example 32KB/s, then multiply by 8, thus allowing 256K in the settings. This will allow much more effitient uploads.

    56kers should set their upload to 24K or 32K, allowing 3KB/s to 4KB/s with only 1 upload slot.

  10. File Sharing   -   #10
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    1500/256
    (unofficially, I've been told downloads are hard-limited at 1,800 kilobits/sec -- and I've seen high speeds in BearShare and BitTorrent to match that.)

    10-50 slots down (usually just to keep some open to retry downloads while the rest get tied up up downloading at <0.5KB/sec)
    4-9 slots up / 232 kilobits/sec (29 KB/sec)
    I vary the upload slots to squeeze out the leeches.

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