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Old 16.04.2016, 01:36
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Old 16.04.2016, 04:38
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Old 16.04.2016, 07:44
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Mega limits traffic. get a new ip and it should work fine again.
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Old 28.04.2016, 01:34
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Effectively, MEGA has just imposed some quite absurd traffic limitations since some weeks now, especially for determined countries (Latin America). Since then, there is no way of using JD2 to download freely, other than using a VPN or by manually resetting IP addresses for those who can.

The thing is, there is a third-party download manager (MegaDownloader) which is able to override those limitations, so one doesn't need to bother with IP changes constantly, or use a VPN.

I'm wondering if JD2 could somehow manage to override said limitations as well?
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Old 28.04.2016, 02:38
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How exactly do they over come a hoster based restriction like Mega imposes? Unless the use some proxy/vpn services which allows IP changes I just don't see how it can work.
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Old 28.04.2016, 03:37
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That's a mystery for me as well, but I don't think it is using proxified or VPN connections, since it is a free program.
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Old 28.04.2016, 09:03
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They do not overcome I'm very sure they limit usage/traffic by application. Each client has its own client ID to the mega api. JDownloader much more users/traffic than MegaDownloader
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Old 28.04.2016, 11:00
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That makes sense, maybe it's a matter of popularity as you say, since although it is practically unlimited at first, the other day after downloading 20 GB or more in just some hours, it started showing me a weird error about "500" internal server error or something like that.

By the way, I noted it has a very good feature that JD2 lacks: on the fly downloading + decrypting.

Maybe you could implement it some day?
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Old 28.04.2016, 11:50
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On the fly downloading + decrypting, yes we can implement, but at the moment not really needed. Only usefull for *playing unfinished downloads*
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Old 28.04.2016, 17:49
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That makes sense, maybe it's a matter of popularity as you say, since although it is practically unlimited at first, the other day after downloading 20 GB or more in just some hours, it started showing me a weird error about "500" internal server error or something like that.

By the way, I noted it has a very good feature that JD2 lacks: on the fly downloading + decrypting.

Maybe you could implement it some day?
The bandwith limit is something that has existed since the service started back in 2013, although they hadn´t put it to work until recently. There was a 10 GB of bandwith limit for free accounts. Once finished, 10 hour had to pass until the bandwith amount was recovered.
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Old 28.04.2016, 20:40
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@baronluigi

Yes I read that about the 10 GB limit somewhere, but I'm talking about some kind of "specific" countries traffic limit they had imposed some weeks ago. Before that limit imposition I was able to download an unlimited amount of GBs a day, but now using JD2 it doesn't take even 1 GB to see the infamous "quota" message.

On the other hand, for some uncertain reason using MD the limit seems to be quite larger, allowing to download approximately 30 GB or more a day, before starting to see an error message.
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