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revised When using BT or emule, is there a way to see what files your peers are sharing?
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accepted How to prevent eMule from jamming up the router?
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comment How to prevent eMule from jamming up the router?
how about setting the first number to 80 and the second number to 120? If 120, will it be about 60% of the max, so it shouldn't affect the normal operation of the router too much. Will the first number usually be smaller than the second number, as that number is per file?
Mar
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comment How to prevent eMule from jamming up the router?
is there a typical number for NAT slots for modern routers? The one I have is a 3800HGV-B (2Wire Gateway 2wire.com) from u-verse. The older one was Linksys WRT54G and an earlier one was Linksys BEFW11S4.
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comment How to prevent eMule from jamming up the router?
if I use the "Wizard" in that Options dialog and choose the lowest level of DSL (1024 kbit/s down and 128 kbit/s up), then it will even set the first number to 500 and the second number to 400... so right now setting it to 120 and 200 are really low numbers... I do have 18 Mbps down speed, so I thought I should be able to have higher numbers, but just don't know what numbers to use so that it is not too high and not too low
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comment How to prevent eMule from jamming up the router?
the bandwidth for upload and download can also be set in eMule's option... although I wonder if that helps, as eMule might not be downloading but just waiting for download in various queues and still use up the resource...
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revised How to prevent eMule from jamming up the router?
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comment eMule will drop all but one connection when it is 5 seconds before finish, making it take 20 more minutes, how to fix this?
you mean each chunk is only by 1 person? so the slowest chunk is there while the fastest chunk all got done and "they go away"... that looks like a possible reason, but shouldn't the program improve by switching the "fast" guy to help the "slowest guy"? (especially near the end)
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revised eMule will drop all but one connection when it is 5 seconds before finish, making it take 20 more minutes, how to fix this?
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accepted If using eMule, how to keep current downloading files while adding a hard drive?
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accepted When using BT or emule, is there a way to see what files your peers are sharing?
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accepted How to use BT or emule across 2 or more hard drives?