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Thread: Is there anything I nead to be careful about if im running emule+ & bittorent at same

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    Is there anything I nead to be careful about if im running emule+ and azureus(bittorrent) at the same time?
    Like to make both go and good speeds?

    thaknx

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    Vargas's Avatar gone fishin'
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    leaving enough upstream free for ACKnowledgments

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    what does "leaving enough upstream free for ACKnowledgments" meen? I have a dsl connection and when i only used azureus(bittorrent) if i set a maximum upload to 34-38 kbps it went smoothly. so how should i adjust bittorent and emule?
    thankx (i new at this)

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    then set both to 10-15

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    Nothing special to do. As with any client a good rule of thumb is to set your upload and download max at 80-90% of the total capable speed.

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    Unless you have a really fast connection, I cant really see the benfits of having them both running at the same time

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    Quote Originally Posted by Harsh!
    Unless you have a really fast connection, I cant really see the benfits of having them both running at the same tiime
    I've got a fast connection and sometimes I've had 3 different p2p programs going at the same time and got good speeds out of all 3. It's not a problem as long as you've got a fast dsl or cable connection and of course a lot of sources.

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    Hello!

    I oposes running different P2P protocols at the same time as it is a form of Leeching!!


    If you want to use BitTorrent or ED2K I think it is important that you share as much bandwidth as you can for individual shares/downloads. Meaning if you download for instance a movie over BT the other people in that swarm should have all your power when it comes to bandwidth(80-90% of your total upload bandwidth)!. If you have to many downloads/uploads going on at the same time you are hurting individual swarms by not providing all that you have.

    Remember!

    Sharing is good just not to much of it at the same time unless you have some sort of superline connection!!

    You can set up a scheme one day with BT another with ED2k or half the day BT and the other half ED2K. Just not all at the same time!!



    Sincerely Joakim Agren!

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    It seems by an extension of your philosophy, people who have slow connections in general shouldn't be using P2P software since they can't devote as much upstream as those with faster connections. I think the whole point of P2P is that you share what you can when you can.

    Yes it would be ideal if everyone could pipe up at least as fast as they could pull down, but most ISP's don't allow for that. Not only that, but not al P2P networks give you access to all of the same things (as far as I've found).

    Just a forum n00bz 2 cents though

    Blaidd

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    Quote Originally Posted by Blaidd
    It seems by an extension of your philosophy, people who have slow connections in general shouldn't be using P2P software since they can't devote as much upstream as those with faster connections. I think the whole point of P2P is that you share what you can when you can.

    Yes it would be ideal if everyone could pipe up at least as fast as they could pull down, but most ISP's don't allow for that. Not only that, but not al P2P networks give you access to all of the same things (as far as I've found).

    Just a forum n00bz 2 cents though

    Blaidd
    I was thinking the exact same thing.

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