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Offline Dizzybro

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Well as you may know, some ISP's such as comcast as limiting continuous connections, such as for torrents. (i have comcast.) And think the reason people max out at 50kb/s after 5-10 seconds is due to this. I think you should make an option like Utorrent where u can enable encryption so your isp cant block how fast you can upload.


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encryption hides WHAT data you sending, not HOW FAST you doing


Offline Dizzybro

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encryption hides your continuous conections to other people. hiding it like Utorrent wont let comcast limit my upload speed


Offline Foggy

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encryption hides your continuous conections to other people. hiding it like Utorrent wont let comcast limit my upload speed

No, I understand it that encryption only makes the bittorrent packets unreadable by the comcast filters so thay do not know that it is a BT connection. A continuous connection is required to send the encrypted data.


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the connection is always visible.
anyway encryption is in to-do-list, for other reasons.
in the while you can try with an encrypted server.