Thanks and a question on modem speeds (was Re: [Lvlug]
BitTorrent-Able to upload behind a NAT box?)
rhkramer at gmail.com
Wed Dec 21 17:21:52 EST 2005
On Wednesday 21 December 2005 10:36 am, Ricardo SIGNES wrote:
> * Randy Kramer <rhkramer at gmail.com> [2005-12-21T10:36:40]
> You shouldn't feel obliged to leave a dial-up seed connected. I mean,
> it won't make you look like a jerk, but ... dial-up seeds are only
> useful if nobody else has the file, the dial-up is very stable, and the
> file is relatively small.
Ok--I might leave it up for a while anyway, just to get a feel for
> > Is that expected behavior for a NAT box?
> Yes. BitTorrent clients are designed to allow some unt of upload
> traffic even if ports aren't redirected.
PS: My dial-up modem is 33 kbps--is it full duplex or half duplex (meaning,
can it do 33 kbps in both directions simultaneously)?
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