Old 07-21-2002, 03:19 AM   #1
KONI
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Default idle connection speed - slow download

This is a general problem for flashfxp that i noticed in v1.x and in v2.x and i dont know if it's just a wrong option or if it is hardcoded:

Let's suppose i am sitting on a 512kbit line and i am downloading from an ftp server. I reach +/8- 55kb/sec...everything's fine.
But now i am starting other downloads or i am surfing on the web.

This is NOT a feeling or something but i think that flashfxp is using the connection speed that is unused by other programs so that if i have another download started AFTER i started the flashfxp download, flashfxp just decreases speed until it reaches 0,0.

I tried flashfxp on a 10mbit server where the max. amount of people where downloading. With Flashfxp, i started with 55kb/sec, then after 1 minute i reached 0,0. I tried both Cuteftp and Bulletproof and was downloading with 55 for hours.

Is there a way to configure flashfxp to not online use the "idle connection speed" but to use the "full speed".

Thanks.
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Old 07-21-2002, 03:39 PM   #2
MxxCon
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flashfxp doesn't have such option "idle connection speed"
flashfxp will always try to download at specified speed, or as fast as possible if limit is not set.

are you using any firewalls?
what's your os?
do you have prblms with only a single site or all of them?
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