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Offline rejetto

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hello, i'm trying to improve transfer speed of HFS 2.2
is anyone willing to help me test it?
you need to have an high upload speed on the internet, like 5 megabps or more. (please, don't confuse with your download speed. it's different)
contact me at support@rejetto.com


[please refer to this post below]
« Last Edit: April 20, 2009, 11:46:16 AM by rejetto »


Offline luca69

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I can test it in the intranet, where we use a 100MB lan.
The actual download rate reported by DownThemAll is between 12 and 50 MB/s  ;D

But I don't see any speed issue with HFS  ;)
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I have 5 MBit upload (Verizon FiOS).
Right now I am in the US and I'm trying to transfer files to Germany. But it goes only up to 40 KB/s although there is no speed limit set. The reason seems to be HFS because with an other HTTP server software (Abyss Webserver) I get the full speed.


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Rejetto:

Speak with bennony: He has a speed problem and good connection to the internet http://www.rejetto.com/forum/index.php?topic=6549.msg1041451#msg1041451
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thanks bacter, but i need an english speaker.
at the moment i have no time for this. :(
i will come back on it ASAP (as my job gives me some time)


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ok guys, whoever wants to test.
at www.melauto.it/rejetto/beta/hfs-speed.exe you will find this experimental variation of version 2.2 (stable), with faster file transfer.

from those who test, i need to know
- how fast you go by using official 2.2
- how fast you go by using this experimental 2.2
- what's your connection upload speed

please, don't report anything with incomplete information.


this "faster" thing is what version 2.3 beta sports since long.
« Last Edit: September 29, 2013, 01:39:53 AM by rejetto »


Offline bigonboatin

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thank you so much i am going to give it a try tonight


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Results of HFS High Speed Version:
I was able to saturate my friend's downlink of 10Mbits with my Upload connection of 20MBits using a single connection on HFS. I am waiting for my friend with a >20MBit downlink to test the full speed capabilities of a single connection with this version. I will keep you apprised.

Comparison to 2.2f Official:
The official version caps my speed at ~250-300KB/s (aka 2-3Mbit) PER connection, global speed can exceed this, however this requires use of multiple connection download accelerators.


Thank you Rejetto for continuuing to improve this awesome program.


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I tested my internet connection speed using the http://www.ip-details.com/.
It's too slow...Is there any way to increase this?


Offline rejetto

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i guess there's no button to increase the speed. such information would spread quickly. ;)
ask your internet provider for a faster connection.


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Ok, I have tested the High Speed HFS with my friend who also has Fios. I was able to upload at my maximum speed on a single connection. So I guess the new record upload speed for this version is 2500KB/s aka 20Mbit. Congrats Rejetto!


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Is there still need for a fast internet connection?

I have 100mbs down/up FTTH Connection in Netherlands.



I have my HFS Server setup (2.3) with large files.


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Forgot to add the following:

Just tested the speed in intranet (all friends within same ISP are afk).

Running HTTP File Server 2.3 beta (Build #248)
Top Speed: 77252.2KB/s
Downloaded 112,96MB @ avg. 3159KB/s

Anyone with high-speed internet feel free to check the upload-speed using the following link.
http://www.ccseindhoven.nl:8080/Downloads/Music/Random/10-16-09.mp3