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aquabeast9 September 1st, 2003 04:31 PM

help with shareaza
 
hello,
i just installed shareaza a few days ago, but i can't seem to get it to work correctly. i have a T1 connection but it downloads like a 56k connection. i have zonealarm firewall active, does that have anything to do with it?
how can i make shareaza faster, given i have a fast internet connection?
thank you!

aquabeast

Iamnacho September 1st, 2003 08:48 PM

Re: help with shareaza
 
Quote:

Originally posted by aquabeast9
hello,
i just installed shareaza a few days ago, but i can't seem to get it to work correctly. i have a T1 connection but it downloads like a 56k connection. i have zonealarm firewall active, does that have anything to do with it?
how can i make shareaza faster, given i have a fast internet connection?
thank you!

aquabeast

The speed at which download is not always the same speed that you CAN download at. I am also going to assume that you do not have 100% of the bandwidth of this t1 line (im sure its shared such as at a business or a university) therefore your speed is also limited by the available bandwisth of the entire system.

No p2p filesharing program can have predictable download or upload speeds. its just something you get used to.

sanelson September 2nd, 2003 10:59 PM

Re: help with shareaza
 
Quote:

Originally posted by aquabeast9
i have zonealarm firewall active, does that have anything to do with it?
More than likely, yes. You need to give Shareaza full permission to act as a server with ZA. You're also probably on a shared internet connection, right? On a LAN or behind a router or something? If so, you need to open up port 6346 on your firewall and/or router. BTW, you'll probably get more help at the official Shareaza forums. Unfortunately, the site is down ATM, but I'm sure it will be back up shortly.
Also, if you are on a LAN, or behind a router, then running ZA at the same time is pretty pointless.

aquabeast9 September 3rd, 2003 09:27 PM

thank you!
 
thank you very much for your reply.....i appreciate it!
take care!


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