Download 7.68gb of stuff today

Download 7.68gb of stuff today I did not think that was possible?! lol

geek_pixma, Jan 4, 10:18 pm

My poor bb cap

geek_pixma, Jan 4, 10:18 pm

?if i wanted to i could do atleast 10

geek_flewy, Jan 4, 10:23 pm

What is your cap The most I have ever managed is 2gb-per day. Need more storage ***

geek_pixma, Jan 4, 10:29 pm

20 but i rarely do 10

geek_flewy, Jan 4, 10:31 pm

OkIt's amazing just looking thru pirate bay how much stuff I think I don't need, but I download anyway. Setting up NAS storage server next week, do you know if it works behind a local Ip address AKA; I don't port foward 21 ? cheers

geek_pixma, Jan 4, 10:35 pm

Ive done many a day with 20GB downloaded and 10GB uploadedI can do 1.5GB in an hour with ease...

and im just on normal shitty adsl

geek_ply-boy, Jan 4, 10:35 pm

Here's my gloat Some of you telecom customers will know that the time between exceeding your cap and being throttled can be extended if you just keep going hard on the downloads. Back before they upped the 6GB cap, I managed to download ~30GB in one day of mostly Linux isos, just every one I could think of. Bear in mind that download speeds in Linux are pretty quick and I was getting ~500kB/s the whole time. Needless to say as soon as I reset my router, I was throttled ;o)

geek_sirfer, Jan 4, 10:37 pm

Jez Vodafone always let me download half a gig over the limit before they throttle it back to 56k. Know anything about the FREE NAS running behind a local IP, not port forwarded ?

geek_pixma, Jan 4, 10:40 pm

Nas server does not need any ports to be open by you

geek_flewy, Jan 4, 10:43 pm

FTP needs port forwarding, but NAS show up as a NETWORK HDD

geek_flewy, Jan 4, 10:45 pm

in my computer, right? It will be plugged into switch etc

geek_pixma, Jan 4, 10:52 pm

Yeah but you will have to get it from network place - WORKGROUP - etc first and then asign a drive letter to it .

geek_flewy, Jan 4, 10:56 pm

Thanks networking name is set up "HOME" on all pcs

geek_pixma, Jan 4, 11:19 pm

I got 30GB over my 6GB cap before I was throttled

geek_sirfer, Jan 4, 11:39 pm

Xtra Go Large I download about 30-40GB per 24 hours, downloading non stop 24/7. Thanks to the fair-use policy being removed from Go-Large and having unlimited data there is no reason to not downloadI have well over 4TB of data and still growing.

geek_ammcats, Jan 6, 1:11 pm

Best ive mangaged 42GB on voda 20GB plan. i was stocked.

geek_oclaf, Jan 6, 4:40 pm

Lol They [vodafone] can be a little SLOW at time's!!!

geek_pixma, Jan 6, 4:43 pm

I downloaded about 15 gigs today in just over an hour, I love our stupid-fast internet at work....

geek_wogadopolous, Jan 6, 5:04 pm

Just downloaded a movie

geek_ply-boy, Jan 6, 6:26 pm

Whats your guys speed test results?

geek_badboy12345, Jan 6, 7:01 pm

geek_wogadopolous, Jan 6, 7:11 pm

Wogadopolous "downloaded about 15 gigs today
in just over an hour" who are you with

geek_swivel, Jan 6, 7:11 pm

Ply to a seedbox or your home connection? if i remember right you live out in the whoop-whoops with bad internet connections?

geek_ammcats, Jan 6, 7:11 pm

Woga wtf who are you with

geek_badboy12345, Jan 6, 7:26 pm

Woga what the shit? thats as fast as my home network

geek_oclaf, Jan 6, 8:32 pm

Yeah he must do it via the university as not a home plan

geek_swivel, Jan 6, 8:35 pm

15gb's an hour....mmmmmmm nice lol

geek_pixma, Jan 6, 9:23 pm

We have the KAREN network availableCheck for info. The machine I was pulling data down on has a 10 Gb fibre channel into it, regular desktop that the speedtest was done on only has 100Mb. Torrents do go REALLY fast ;) We host a couple of (local) linux mirrors plus a shitload of websites, oh, you should see our access grid video conferencing facilities too. I had to catch up a couple of software distributions and OS test images, the OS' were coming down faster than I could burn them.

geek_wogadopolous, Jan 6, 9:50 pm

Nah thats my connection I ditched the wops for a bit lol

geek_ply-boy, Jan 7, 7:15 am