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Prongs
02-05-2009, 09:48 AM
Speed up your torrents

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1. Cap your upload (most important)


Limit your upload speed to approximately 80 percent of your maximum upload rate. You can check your upload speed over here (never trust your isp). Once you know your maximum upload speed, change the max upload (to 80%) speed in your torrent client¡¯s preferences.
Don¡¯t get me wrong, everyone should share as much as possible, but if your upload rate reached it¡¯s max, your download rate suffers significantly.




2. Hack the max TCP connections

If you¡¯re on XP sp2, your TCP connections are limited to a maximum of 10. This seriously hurts your downloading speed because it wont let you connect to a high amount of ip numbers. It is supposed to slow down viruses because their spreading strategy is to connect to a high amount of ip numbers, but it also cripples your torrent downloads.
A nice way to fix this is to use bitcomet tcp/ippatch (http://ahashare.com/bitcomet-tcp-ip-patch.php), it allows you to set the maximum allowed connections to any number you want. Any number between 50 and 1000 is ok.




3. Check seeds and peers

A simple tip, but so important. Always look for torrents with the best seed/peer ratio. The more seeds (compared to peers) the better (in general). So 50 seeds and 50 peers is better than 500 seeds and 1000 peers. So, be selective.




4. Change the default port.

By default, BitTorrent uses a port 6881-6999. BitTorrent accounts for a lot of the total internet traffic (1/3), so isp¡¯s like to limit the connection offered on the these ports. So, you should change these to another range. Good clients allow you to do this, just choose anything you like. If you¡¯re behind a router, make sure you have the ports forwarded or UPnP enabled.




5. Disable Windows Firewall


It sucks. Windows Firewall hates P2P and often leads a life of it¡¯s own. So disable it and get yourself a decent firewall, Kerio or Zone Alarm for example.
Last but not least¡* Buy a faster connection.

DJ ASHAN
02-05-2009, 10:01 AM
he he

funybux
02-06-2009, 09:54 PM
macha mokakda me seed & peer kiyanne.poddak kiya diyanko

Mal Aiyya
02-06-2009, 10:34 PM
Wadak naha....kisi use ekak thiyena ewwa newey mewa...

Nilupul
03-14-2009, 04:05 PM
Speed up your torrents

.


1. Cap your upload (most important)


Limit your upload speed to approximately 80 percent of your maximum upload rate. You can check your upload speed over here (never trust your isp). Once you know your maximum upload speed, change the max upload (to 80%) speed in your torrent client¡¯s preferences.
Don¡¯t get me wrong, everyone should share as much as possible, but if your upload rate reached it¡¯s max, your download rate suffers significantly.




2. Hack the max TCP connections

If you¡¯re on XP sp2, your TCP connections are limited to a maximum of 10. This seriously hurts your downloading speed because it wont let you connect to a high amount of ip numbers. It is supposed to slow down viruses because their spreading strategy is to connect to a high amount of ip numbers, but it also cripples your torrent downloads.
A nice way to fix this is to use bitcomet tcp/ippatch (http://ahashare.com/bitcomet-tcp-ip-patch.php), it allows you to set the maximum allowed connections to any number you want. Any number between 50 and 1000 is ok.




3. Check seeds and peers

A simple tip, but so important. Always look for torrents with the best seed/peer ratio. The more seeds (compared to peers) the better (in general). So 50 seeds and 50 peers is better than 500 seeds and 1000 peers. So, be selective.




4. Change the default port.

By default, BitTorrent uses a port 6881-6999. BitTorrent accounts for a lot of the total internet traffic (1/3), so isp¡¯s like to limit the connection offered on the these ports. So, you should change these to another range. Good clients allow you to do this, just choose anything you like. If you¡¯re behind a router, make sure you have the ports forwarded or UPnP enabled.




5. Disable Windows Firewall


It sucks. Windows Firewall hates P2P and often leads a life of it¡¯s own. So disable it and get yourself a decent firewall, Kerio or Zone Alarm for example.
Last but not least¡* Buy a faster connection.



This was useful to me to speed up torrent download speed
Thanx..

vihanga_m40
03-14-2009, 04:37 PM
thanks

Megatrone
04-16-2009, 11:05 AM
macha mokakda me seed & peer kiyanne.poddak kiya diyanko




First torrents means file sharing system on the internet. That's y u can give or get any file from the torrents. Ex:-

Person "X" upload a torrent, Means he's the only one person give the torrent file. It's mean one seed. Person "Y" downloading it. Then "Y" is be a peer. But after he's downloaded it he become a seed. Then that torrent have 2 seeds. Then person "z" start to download that file. "Z" complete downloaded 35% from that file, when "T" start to download that file. Now "Z " and "T" have 2 seeds. But "Z" download more than "T". Then "Z" give his downloaded files to "T". It's mean "T" can get that file from 3 way. It's 2 seed and 1 peer. Bcz it's file sharing system.

That's y how to torrents works. If ur torrents have more seeds ur torrent go maximum speed it can, and try to find Seed > peer torrents.