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robt23

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I have a 10 MB link what do I put in my Band width - Help !
« on: November 29, 2011, 04:34:25 PM »

OK  , so now I have installed from a a amule 2.2.6 . Originally . I had 2.2.0. I now have a high id but my download speed is around 20 kbs.

I have a 10 MB link from - in real terms this gives me 1000 kb/s down and 100 kb/s up.

Do I divide both by 8. So roughly I get 128 kB/s down and 13 kB/s up. These are the values I have put in for my bandwidth.

for line capacities I put 320 kB/s down and 66 kB/s up.

Start port        End port       Ip Address

1- 4662             4662              192...........
2- 4665             4665              192...........
3- 4672             4672              192...........

These are my port forward settings on my router in ( NAT )

I am on a Kubuntu hardy 8.04 system.

Could someone tell me if this configuration is ok and if not please correct it.

Many Thanks.
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Stu Redman

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Re: I have a 10 MB link what do I put in my Band width - Help !
« Reply #1 on: November 29, 2011, 07:38:01 PM »

I see in the other thread you already solved this yourself. So let's keep in one thread.  :)
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