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Thread: How to get the maximum bandwidth?

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    How to get the maximum bandwidth?

    Hey guys I'm since today using Seedboxes.cc and I think that there is a cap on how much I can use.

    I've got 1 Gib myself at home and get to 100 Mb per second. so theoretically I should be getting 20 times this from the seedbox.
    In setting I've it set to unlimited bandwidth for download & upload (could do 80%) the port is open.

    I'm new to this but I'm sure the speeds shouldn't be the same as my home network.
    If anyone has suggestion please let me know

    Have a good day everyone!
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    Nice post bro..

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    nice comment dude

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    if you're not getting full speeds, then it might be re-routing issue.
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    too many variables .. but i will mention the biggest three from least to most probable

    Peering - the people on the swarm you are dealing with doesn't have fast connection to download or it expensive for the service provider to reach them
    so they limit traffic to these locations. however given the widespread use of seedboxes in today torrenting world this is not much of a problem because most of them are
    in the netherlands. also note that the bitorrent protocol is favor the most reliable connection, means that if other seeders are more reachable to the recepients
    you are in a problem. you might also notice that your best upload times are when you are also a leecher. this is also due to the bitorrent protocol
    favors leechers over seeders.

    Unpopular/Freeleech Torrents - once you got to the point when you downloaded the torrent. but you still not 1:1 ratio on it, you are in a situation
    where you and alot of other seeders are now "looking for" people who actually need the files and it can be a problem to seed back.
    because most of freeleech downloads are from fast seedboxes just like yours.

    Overselling - this is the biggest factor of all. and it's unfortunately with every shared seedbox provider.
    they have the interest of having as much customers as possible and you upload at 2MBs or 200MBs isn't their first priority

    hope it clears things up.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Dullard View Post
    too many variables .. but i will mention the biggest three from least to most probable

    Peering - the people on the swarm you are dealing with doesn't have fast connection to download or it expensive for the service provider to reach them
    so they limit traffic to these locations. however given the widespread use of seedboxes in today torrenting world this is not much of a problem because most of them are
    in the netherlands. also note that the bitorrent protocol is favor the most reliable connection, means that if other seeders are more reachable to the recepients
    you are in a problem. you might also notice that your best upload times are when you are also a leecher. this is also due to the bitorrent protocol
    favors leechers over seeders.

    Unpopular/Freeleech Torrents - once you got to the point when you downloaded the torrent. but you still not 1:1 ratio on it, you are in a situation
    where you and alot of other seeders are now "looking for" people who actually need the files and it can be a problem to seed back.
    because most of freeleech downloads are from fast seedboxes just like yours.

    Overselling - this is the biggest factor of all. and it's unfortunately with every shared seedbox provider.
    they have the interest of having as much customers as possible and you upload at 2MBs or 200MBs isn't their first priority

    hope it clears things up.
    I totally agree with all mentioned above by @Dullard but from my experience there are 2 even bigger issues

    1) @Thales didnt mention the seedbox plan, but most of them out there are on shared connections, meaning the advertised speed is shared with multiple provider's seedboxes
    2) If seedbox is on standrard HDDs, there comes the reading/writing issues. If alot of torrents are seeding (reading) and you try to download at the same time, especially if there are more than one downloading, standard HDDs (usually overused) cant cope with the traffic. Only SSD or NVMe plans can help with that issue.

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    @Phoenix46.
    HDD are capable of ~500MB's read and write.. you wo't go anywhere near this number.


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