Do I have to write a Torrent client just to cap uploads properly
You know that you need local phone service,
.32 mbps up is pretty good but 40 + 35 USD per month is outrageous. The cable connection that I'm using now ( via WiFi ) has never been more than .23 mbps up ( 1 - 2.6 mbps down ).
Shareaza's cap was probably working perfectly
Hi Entropy, Re: The difficulty I've been having capping uploads, -- as long as I don't try to push the bandwidth, which causes spikes, I keep steady uploads within a 1kB-s range of...
But then again, I'm not so sure I need all that speed, free dial-up ( NoCharge.COM ) might be good enough ( if I was unable to secure a wireless LAN for some reason ).
Re: How the most popular apps have long been written in Micro-Soft C,
-- and 99 of the computing population uses web apps 99 percent of the time. Horse puckies... I'm using Visual Studio and Shareaze as we speak, FireFox isn't even running, besides... FireFox is an EXE app too.
Hi John, Re: Speakeasy's 1.5-.25 mpbs DSLSansPhoneBill for 56 USD per month: and switching to a pay as you go cell phone...
By the way, Shareaza has been uploading about .1 mbps lately, even though I set a cap of .064 mbps... and nothing's coming down.
Oh wait... now I'm getting .1 mbps down and .064 up ( with 350 sources ), but that was after well over two hours of only uploads... Very strange.
I'd be using Torrents but Shareaza was failing to cap them, allowing .23 mbps uploads...
Do I have to write a Torrent client just to cap uploads properly ? I read through all the help pages and tried all the settings.