Posted: January 17, 2008 in Internet, Service
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According to Azureus Wiki :

The following is a list of Internet service providers (ISPs) that are known to cause trouble for BitTorrent clients or other P2P clients and the reason why. If you are using one of the following ISPs, please consider finding a new, better one. If your ISP is not on the list and you have reason to believe they are shaping traffic, come to the IRC channel and tell the OPs so that they can add it to the list. However, before you do that, please ensure that you have read about good settings and NAT problems.

One of the biggest problems are providers that that perform traffic shaping on P2P protocols, see Avoid traffic shaping for advice on how to counter that. You’ll need that if your ISP is listed with an encryption level greater than 0 or a question mark.

Malaysia –> TM-Net

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  1. A colleague of mine asked me to check out your website 2 weeks ago, since both of us enjoy the same stuff (yeah we’re close friends, clone heads, it has been 40 yearz) and I honestly got to say that I am really impressed. My friend and I were actually considering to fire up an identical web site like yours, but we ran into some problems. 1st, neither of us both is a tech-savvy individual, secondly, we do not actually know where to start from…. i know a lot of people managed to get their DotComs on the web just recently (due to low prices, etc) but both of us are still having problems. I would really appreciate it if you recommend us a place to start from, because we don’t have an idea LOL. Actually it sucks being 42 years old internet literate… or should I say DOTCOM literates?

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