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whos uploading or uploads to RS? why am i only averaging uploads of about 133kbps constant? even with the RS uploader and throttle set to 1000kbps it still averages ^^ my UpSpeed is 1.6mbps?!!!?… Read More
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banned7y, 9m agoPosted 7 years, 9 months ago
whos uploading or uploads to RS?

why am i only averaging uploads of about 133kbps constant? even with the RS uploader and throttle set to 1000kbps it still averages ^^

my UpSpeed is 1.6mbps?!!!??!
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banned7y, 9m agoPosted 7 years, 9 months ago
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#1
this is what got me ages ago i just use torrents and newsgroups.
banned#2
once i get my two tb samsung f3's and 1.5tb seagate im gonna be the biggest leecher ever!

but at the moment im sharing with uploads :-)
#3
You are getting the correct speed.
It all depends on how it is measured.

Your 1.6mb/s speed is measured in bits.
The rapidshare upload speed (133 kB/s) is being measured in bytes (1 byte = 8 bits).
So allowing for some connection overhead you are getting the correct speed.

That said if you are actually talking about the same measurement i.e. bits then try another rapidshare upload carrier.
#4
I've found the fastest way to upload to RS is using the remote upload option...

I use a programme called HFS (HTTP File Server) - it's only small and doesn't need to be installed. I drag whatever file I want to upload onto this programme, copy and paste the link into the remote upload box on RS and submit. A few seconds later HFS will show RS connecting and downloading the file from you. For me it's much faster than using a browser or RS uploader.

The only thing you may need to do if using a router with a firewall is open up a port (usually 80 but you can choose) so RS can connect to you.

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