Vsop Posted August 16, 2006 Share Posted August 16, 2006 I've got ADSL 256 kb/s, Sagem modem (F@st 800/840) with v3.0 drivers (Installed as USB ADSL Lan Adapter) I use cFos v.7.0 to connect internet, BitComet 0.7 to download, and Windows Xp with Sp2 as OS. I know about the connection limit, and I've already set it from 10 to 100. When I'm downloading ANY torrent, I can't connect to ANY of the peers (I've tried with many different torrents) , although there are plenty of them. I usually have 20 kb/s dl speed and 10kb/s upload speed, but now they're both at 0. Turning off the XP firewall doesn't change a thing. These are the my settings: Connection Global Global max download rate = unlimited Global max upload rate = 10 kb/s Task Schedule Max simultaneous download tasks = 100 Automaticly start a new task if download rate below = 10kb/s Listen port=15898 (chanching it doesn't change anything) No proxy Task Do not prompt when add new ask = no Allocate disk when add new task = no Add .bc! extension for incomplete file = yes Delete 0 byte files when task is removed = yes Display task delete confirm dialog = yes When download is finished Hash-check again when download task is finished auto stop task when share ratio reaches = no limit do not auto stop task when seeds less then = 5 shut down computer when all task are finished and auto stopped Upload Maximum upload rate per task = no limit Minimum upload rate per task = no limit Minimum upload rate per seeding task = 3 kb/s Chatting is disabled Avanced Check for updates on startup= yes default bittorrent client = yes disable torrent confirm file download dialog = yes set hash check thread to low priority = yes add dht network as backup tracker =yes add backup tracker if connection isn't estabilished in 1 minute backup trackers = none Connection Enable DHT network = yes Enable Nat/firewall configuration in ics/icf (xp only) = yes Enable unpn port mapping (xp only) = yes Remove ports on Nat/firewall (xp only) = no Maximum connections per task = auto Connections to keep per task = auto Global maximum upload slots = auto Global minimum upload slots = auto Socket send buffer size = auto Socket start interval = 300 ms Max open tcp connections = 100 use nat traversal via udp = automatic protocol encryption = auto detect Ip rules Enable reporting lan ip to tracker = yes enable ip filter file ipfilter.dat (compatibile with emule) = yes max sessions per ip for downloading task = 3 max sessions per ip for uploading task = 1 Disk cache minimum disk cache size = 100 mb maximum disk cache size = 200 mb shrink disk cache if free physical mermory lower than 50 mb auto choose cache size in given range = yes If anyone need more config specification, fell free to post a reply If anyone can tell me how to improve my Bitcomet performance, basing on my configuration please post a reply too. Quote Link to comment Share on other sites More sharing options...
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