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Postby Unbiased_Opinion » Sun Sep 24, 2006 9:28 pm

Statistics>Right Click
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Postby IceCube » Sun Sep 24, 2006 9:30 pm

Wow! That works great! :D

Thanks :)
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Postby Unbiased_Opinion » Sun Sep 24, 2006 9:32 pm

:lol:

No problem!
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8.41TB

Postby toetag » Tue Nov 07, 2006 10:14 am

I have 20 megabit FTTH (Fiber to the Home) for $75/mo. These stats cover about 4 months.

eMule v0.47c [MorphXT v9.0] Statistics

Uploads
Session
Uploaded Data: 27.06 GB
Uploaded Data to Friend Slots (Session): 0 Bytes
Active Uploads/Needed to fill Bandwidth: 9
Total Uploads: 8
Waiting Uploads: 197
Upload Sessions: 7909
Total Overhead (Packets): 31.62 MB (725.61k)
Cumulative
Uploaded Data: 8.41 TB
Upload Sessions: 1627178
Total Overhead (Packets): 10.80 GB (379.10M)
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Postby Fartingbob » Tue Nov 07, 2006 10:19 am

If i had fiber i would have uploaded TB's of data as well!
Cant wait for th UK to finally get cheap very fast broadband. I expect it'll take about 200 years to catch up to what is available now in some countries, but it'll be good when it comes!
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Postby toetag » Tue Nov 07, 2006 10:28 am

If you want to go over a few megabit upload, you may want a beefier NAT router like the D-Link DGL-4300, or even NO router. I also upgraded to an Intel E6300 Conroe from an old socket A machine that started overheating after running at over 50% CPU for a month. I also think MorphXT helps boost the upload in several ways; just drop the binary on top of your old eMule. Lastly, you may want to move to Seoul or Scandinavia where they actually offer upstream over 1 megabit.
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CHEAP BROADBAND

Postby MattMerch » Tue Nov 07, 2006 10:31 am

i live in the uk and pay £20 for 20mb down and 1.3mb up seems cheaper than $75 to me :D :D
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Re: CHEAP BROADBAND

Postby toetag » Tue Nov 07, 2006 11:30 am

MattMerch wrote:i live in the uk and pay £20 for 20mb down and 1.3mb up seems cheaper than $75 to me :D :D

You have some kind of ADSL? Fastest ADSL I'd heard of was 12M/1M, but yours is faster, apparently 20M/1.3M.

I have 20Mb UP as well as down; I have 20M/20M. The prices here (Asia) are 2x your price for 16x the UP. And equal downstream. I may downgrade to 10M/10M though (about $40) if they keep throttling my upstream as I now suspect they have started doing.
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9 TB

Postby toetag » Mon Nov 13, 2006 6:05 am

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eMule v0.47c [MorphXT v9.2] Statistics [LickBush]

Uploads
   Session
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   Cumulative
      Uploaded Data: 9.00 TB
      Upload Sessions: 1705471
      Total Overhead (Packets): 11.13 GB (389.77M)
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Re: CHEAP BROADBAND

Postby HouseCrowd » Mon Nov 13, 2006 7:18 am

toetag wrote:You have some kind of ADSL? Fastest ADSL I'd heard of was 12M/1M, but yours is faster, apparently 20M/1.3M.


The maximum speed of standard ADSL is 8Mbit/s, ADSL2 is 12Mbit/s and ADSL2+ is 24MBit/s.

http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Adsl

(See ADSL standards, about half way down)
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Postby Bobdrakke » Mon Nov 13, 2006 7:31 am

FartingBob it wil be good for your great-grandchildren lol. I really envy Korea,Japan, and Scandinavia. We are still lucky others can't get BB/cable or even satelite

Matt who are you with? I'm with plusnet I was looking to join Be but heard that 02 took over(I have a feeling it wil be like Orange/wanadoo).
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Postby brengarne » Mon Nov 13, 2006 7:42 am

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eMule v0.46c Statistics [brengarne]

Cumulative UL:DL Ratio: 7.19 : 1

Cumulative
   Uploaded Data: 386.32 GB
      Clients
         eMule: 349.21 GB (90.4%)
         eD Hybrid: 1.79 GB (0.5%)
         eDonkey: 0 Bytes (0.0%)
         aMule: 5.37 GB (1.4%)
         MLdonkey: 1.61 GB (0.4%)
         Shareaza: 315.51 MB (0.1%)
         eM Compat: 28.03 GB (7.3%)
      Port
      Data Source
   Upload Sessions: 162723
   Total Overhead (Packets): 1.28 GB (47.21 M)


Reinstalled on a fresh PC on 14th October, at the same time I got my new internet connection.

So that's Exactly 30 days for 386gb or 13gb/day.

Max upload speed I saw was about 1700kbps, have added more memory since then so I'm hopeful of breaking 2000kbps one day.

Using Dazzle which some people consider a leaching mod, however I have 13gb a day saying it isnt.
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