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Thread: Why is there a max connection speed per file?

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    gastro54's Avatar Poster BT Rep: +3
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    I am curious about something. When I want to transfer a large file from my seedbox to my computer, I can download multipart files much faster than a single file.

    Why is this? Shouldn't I be able to configure the server to use 100% of bandwidth for 1 file?



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    This is a total guess but if you are seeding to say 100 users 1 connection is 1% of speed so it may take multiple connections to max your connection???

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    I was talking more about FTP transfers from the server to your PC



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    mhm.. interesting.. for me this problem was too but now everything is fine

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    Quote Originally Posted by gastro54 View Post
    I am curious about something. When I want to transfer a large file from my seedbox to my computer, I can download multipart files much faster than a single file.

    Why is this? Shouldn't I be able to configure the server to use 100% of bandwidth for 1 file?
    Seedbox from which company?
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