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bitcomet_client_issues_and_possible_solutions [2012/08/28 08:42]
greywizard [When BitComet is running my router/modem reboots itself or freezes. Why is this happening and what can I do to fix this?]
bitcomet_client_issues_and_possible_solutions [2015/08/15 04:21] (current)
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 You can and must impose an upper limit on the global upload bandwidth that BitComet is allowed to use. The limit must be large enough to permit good upload speed for each task you are running, yet small enough that other applications have enough bandwidth to get their jobs done. You can and must impose an upper limit on the global upload bandwidth that BitComet is allowed to use. The limit must be large enough to permit good upload speed for each task you are running, yet small enough that other applications have enough bandwidth to get their jobs done.
  
-Practically,​ this means you must find out what your actual upstream bandwidth is, and then set your Global Maximum Upload Bandwidth in BC to about 80% of that maximum. (Don't rely on what your internet service provider told you your speed was: test it, with nothing else using any part of it, at [[http://​www.speedtest.net/​|speedtest.net]] or a service fairly nearby, and do it at different times of day and night on different days, to get a reliable average value.)+Practically,​ this means you must find out what your actual upstream bandwidth is, and then set your Global Maximum Upload Bandwidth in BC to about 80% of that maximum. (Don't rely on what your internet service provider told you your speed was: test it, with nothing else using any part of it, at [[http://​www.speedtest.net/​|speedtest.net]] or a service fairly nearby, and do it at different times of day and night on different days, to get a reliable average value.) ​You will need to make sure you transform K**b** in K**B** (a division by 8 will pretty much cover it), then multiply it with 0.8 and input the result on the [[bitcomet_options#​connection|BitComet Options --> Connection]] page, in the "//​Global Max Upload Rate//"​ box.
  
 When you aren't using any other applications,​ you still **can'​t** leave your GMUB unlimited, because BitComet will even interfere with itself, dropping packets in the same way. You can increase the rate, but remember to decrease it again when you want to do other things.\\ <​html><​br /></​html> ​   When you aren't using any other applications,​ you still **can'​t** leave your GMUB unlimited, because BitComet will even interfere with itself, dropping packets in the same way. You can increase the rate, but remember to decrease it again when you want to do other things.\\ <​html><​br /></​html> ​  
 
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