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Looks like they are choking off suburban Philly. I'm using BT for the first time in six weeks or so tonight. While DLing, my UL speed was a little slow; now that I'm seeding, I get a standard connection for 5-10 seconds with a leecher, then...bye-bye. Looks like I've uploaded my last torrent. At least I've built up a large enough share ratio to last me quite some time.
about Comcast one from the Yeeshkul mods posted this on their torrent tracker.

hope this wil help more comcast users to do their part into torrent up/downloads

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Many Comcast customers may have noticed problems when uploading torrents. Comcast denies they are limiting or stopping torrent traffic, however many Comcast customers including myself cannot seed torrents. A solution was suggested to change the dns server from the Comcast default. If you go to www.opendns.com, you can read up on how to change the dns server default to opendns. It is a free service and may help you with torrent seeding.

Arnold Lane
You think Comcast might want to worry about giving its clients access to newsgroups where millions of mp3s lie awaiting for grabbing. I've never figured out how they get away with giving access to all those headers.

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