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    I'm surprised at how good the freeleech torrents are tbh.

    But I'm finding the better quality films are on public trackers although private has way better speeds.

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    Pulley wrote:
    I'm surprised at how good the freeleech torrents are tbh.

    But I'm finding the better quality films are on public trackers although private has way better speeds.
    Depends what trackers you're on. The Movie one I'm on has lots of formats and releases. A lot better quality than any public trackers.

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    Well yeah the tracker has BR formats but they're too big and I Cbf.

    There is a certain group that I like their widescreen quality.

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    I use whatbox since the establishment of new laws, kinda wish I had of done it sooner through because of the difference was quite surprising. All the rare anime (can't buy it) that I could never get totaling 250GB (give or take) took about 8 hours, was quite impressed. Unfortunately I'm still downloading the majority of it because orcons shitty disconnects and bandwidth miscounts (130GB a month but I'll be damned where it goes).

    Coarse I'll be changing in the move away from here, orcon service = terrabad. Was fine with it until genius came along then it went down, down, down to now where I can bearly use the fricken thing, I'm leeching the old guy across the roads with a signal booster cause he leaves it unlocked and constantly on.

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    currently using http://www.seedboxone.com/ they alright , like the http downloading of that , don't know why i always have terrible speeds ftom ftp,(been with a few seedboxes now always bad ftp downloading ) , on slings 250gb plan ...

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    cokeman wrote:
    currently using http://www.seedboxone.com/ they alright , like the http downloading of that , don't know why i always have terrible speeds ftom ftp,(been with a few seedboxes now always bad ftp downloading ) , on slings 250gb plan ...
    If you had read the posts I've made before, I mentioned that Slingshot really loves to throttle FTP.... its not the seed boxes fault. its f***ing slingshot

    Edit: not surprised you didnt read my comments... its a few pages back. :P

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    Dairusire wrote:
    If you had read the posts I've made before, I mentioned that Slingshot really loves to throttle FTP.... its not the seed boxes fault. its f***ing slingshot

    Edit: not surprised you didnt read my comments... its a few pages back. :P

    hahah did read threw the thread like in 5s wander how i missed your comment lol

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    For slingshot make sure you get a seedbox that supports HTTP and HTTPS downloads like Feral.

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    Still max my line on AYCE over FTP 24/7.
    recovered B|ind-Reaper*'s wife's photos like a boss

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    Yea not sure about AYCE. Just talking about off-peak.

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    Murakami wrote:
    For slingshot make sure you get a seedbox that supports HTTP and HTTPS downloads like Feral.
    Definitely! I was averaging about 10GB a night using ftp through IDM. I finally set up http downloads last night and I managed to pull my entire queue (12gb) in less than 2 hours!

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    Dairusire wrote:
    If you had read the posts I've made before, I mentioned that Slingshot really loves to throttle FTP.... its not the seed boxes fault. its f***ing slingshot
    Would SFTP be throttled as well?

    I'm only asking because I was pulling 4gig off my seedbox via SFTP at 1.0MB/s last night on Slingshot.

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    l33t k1w1 wrote:
    Would SFTP be throttled as well?

    I'm only asking because I was pulling 4gig off my seedbox via SFTP at 1.0MB/s last night on Slingshot.
    SFTP (normally) = tcp/22
    aka "admin" traffic class, so not likely to be as heavily "shaped" however would still probably be lower priorty than standard http access (not http downloads... diff traffic class)

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    Yea SFTP isn't as heavily shaped but you're better off using https or http. If you do use SFTP then make sure you use a program that has multi-threading.

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    Privoxy wrote:
    Still max my line on AYCE over FTP 24/7.
    i wonder how much such users are costing slingshot.

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    mercutio wrote:
    i wonder how much such users are costing slingshot.
    I don't.
    recovered B|ind-Reaper*'s wife's photos like a boss

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    It's almost like they're selling a product that offers unlimited usage.

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    Murakami wrote:
    It's almost like they're selling a product that offers unlimited usage.
    Almost.
    recovered B|ind-Reaper*'s wife's photos like a boss

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    Just rebuilt my seedbox. Have moved to rTorrent/ruTorrent on Ubuntu 11.04 thanks to a nifty script that does all the downloading/installing for you. Can also do HTTP downloads as well.

    Before I did it, I took a screenshot of the statistics from my previous installation.

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    I can provide access to seedbox (works on a sharing model) for NZD$25 setup and NZD$10/month. And provide access to a topsite PM for details. If you dont know what a topsite/private tracker is please don't bother.

    Details:
    1Gbps
    5TB Space*
    10TB/month**


    Edit:
    Some more info based on queries
    - FTPS (which is different from SFTP) downloading between you and the box only.
    - Speed Screenshot, blue is down and green is up. It wasn't uploading anything at the time but it general similar to down, max I've seen is 90MB/s



    * Shared between all users, but you can potentially put 5TB of data on the server.
    ** Incoming traffic is not counted

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    Having some issues and I wonder if anyone here can help/has experienced the same thing:

    I'm have a feral hosting seedbox and I'm trying to download files off my slice via HTTP. I then queue up these files in IDM (latest version) and schedule them to begin when my offpeak period starts (IDM supports webaccounts so my username and password are saved here).

    This has been working great for the last month or so, but I have noticed over the last few days that files with size > 3.5GB cause IDM to throw this error. Smaller files are transferred without problem.

    EDIT: It appears this doesn't affect _ALL_ files >3.5GB but only files > 3.5GB are affected (if that makes sense).

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    sphericalcow wrote:
    Having some issues and I wonder if anyone here can help/has experienced the same thing:

    I'm have a feral hosting seedbox and I'm trying to download files off my slice via HTTP. I then queue up these files in IDM (latest version) and schedule them to begin when my offpeak period starts.
    This has been working great for the last month or so, but I have noticed over the last few days that files with size > 3.5GB cause IDM to throw this error.
    Personally, I use Orbit downloader, much easier to use and I've not had any issues with it. last night I pulled over 55GB in 8 hours, pretty much maxxed my line out at 2MB/s for the whole 8 hours. it also stores the username and PW automatically for the server if you so wish it to. so when you start the DL you dont have to manually enter it each time.

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    My ninja got caught.

    So you are having no problems resuming files >3.5GB in size and are using a feralbox? Just to clarify.

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    no issue what so ever. say for example I turn my computer off right in the middle of a file thats about 10GB big, it will just resume like normal. I have no issues with any file sizes what so ever.

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    Hmmm I try orbit out tomorrow. The thing that really throws me is that this problem affect all files and has only recently started - I can't think of any changes I have made that could have triggered it either.