Bittorrent uses up all my bandwidth!

Discussion in 'BitTorrent' started by SamLeach, Jan 24, 2005.

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  1. SamLeach

    SamLeach P2P Pr0

    I use Shareaza to download bit torrent files on adsl and I would like to be able to still use the internet with a decent speed. Is there away to limit bitorrent download to say half my bandwidth. Another client? or using Shareaza?

    PS: the little slider thing in Shareaza no limit bandwidth doesnt seem to affect bittorrent files...

    Thanks alot,

    Sam
  2. BluePirat

    BluePirat Member

    Change bittorent client. I use Azureus. There you can change your up/download limit very easy...
  3. the great one

    the great one Member

    I use BitComet and it doesn't use up all my resources.
    It's important also to limit your upload bandwidth!
    I find if I leave my upload unlimited I have problems ,but if I limit it, everything works fine.
  4. You need better client like Azeurus or bitcomet allows you to set bandwith regular client you cant.
  5. Oryx

    Oryx Rompe Todo

    hmm i know ppl that would kill to make bitorrent use all the bandwidth :(
  6. mcovey

    mcovey Member

    I keep mine at 12, sometimes 16 if that helps.
  7. SamLeach

    SamLeach P2P Pr0

    I have got bitcomet 0.56, so how do I import my half done bitorent downloads?

    And all the links to torrent sites are dead or they need a new server...
  8. ferrarimodena360

    ferrarimodena360 Yada Yada Yada

    i dont think u can limit throttle for torrents in shareaza, switch to abc
  9. SamLeach

    SamLeach P2P Pr0

    Can I resume my partially downloaded torrents into the new client???
  10. ferrarimodena360

    ferrarimodena360 Yada Yada Yada

    no

    make this message longggggggggggggggggggg
  11. SamLeach

    SamLeach P2P Pr0

    In BitComet there is an option when you go to Open torrent to ''resume'' a download. Now isnt it possible to resume a download downloaded in sharaza? it is still a torrent file just different client. Shareaza gives the torrent a hash/code and I belive it is unique? So cant I put that file in the BitComet download folder then go to open torrent>resume and it should start off were it left off...I know it is possible to resume a download in shareaza that is corrupted or incomplete you just have to find the same file again...I hope I make sence.
  12. infringer

    infringer *Proud ZP & US citizen* Established Member

    Yes limit your bandwidth problem solved up and downstream problem solved...

    -infringer-

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