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Old 14.09.2019, 21:55
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Default Easybytez download speed drops to 0 kb/s

Hello,
I'm a new user of this forum!

From a few days I got an annoying issue downloading from Easybytez...
If i download a file from the site or using a download manager, no issues, full speed.
With Jdownloader, the download start and stop immediatly or just some seconds, from 3/4 mb/s to 0 kb/s.
It starts again and 0 kb/s, over and over...

I've already tried a new installation of jdownloader, java and even turning off the antivirus but nothing to do, it's doesn't work

Every other hosthing site works normally
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Old 16.09.2019, 08:24
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Please check firewall/av. typical issue what you describe.
especially TotalAV is causing lots of issues lately
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Old 16.09.2019, 14:49
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Please check firewall/av. typical issue what you describe.
especially TotalAV is causing lots of issues lately
Thanks for your reply!
I've already checked my antivirus (bitdefender), it's firewall and even windows firewall but everything is fine!
The problem is only easybytez+jdownloader, other sites on jd or easybytez from web works fine
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Old 16.09.2019, 15:03
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Dropping speed is always a sign that firewall/av are messing with the download/connection.
Does it only drop to 0 or also abort/break and try again? Please create a log, see https://support.jdownloader.org/Know...d-session-logs
and post shown logID here
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Old 16.09.2019, 16:15
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It breaks and try again, over and over...sometimes, it start at the maximum velocity, download for just 5/10 seconds and suddently drop...

16.09.19 16.10.51 <--> 16.09.19 16.14.09 jdlog://5772386935451/
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Old 16.09.2019, 17:17
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Okay, definitely caused by Firewall/av
Caused by: java.net.SocketTimeoutException: Read timed out
I would recommend to uninstall Bitdefender, restart and test again. Bitdefender the only firewall/av?
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Old 16.09.2019, 19:29
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Okay, definitely caused by Firewall/av
Caused by: java.net.SocketTimeoutException: Read timed out
I would recommend to uninstall Bitdefender, restart and test again. Bitdefender the only firewall/av?
curiosly, most of my easbytez link in query (different files and uploads, about 250 links) were "corrupted", they doesn't work only on jd.
I tried new links and now seems to works fine!
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Old 17.09.2019, 08:21
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Tested links that failed for you and they worked fine. The read-timeout is a typical issue caused by firewall/av when they want to scan the download and then stop forwarding the data to application/JDownloader
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