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Old 07.08.2017, 21:40
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How can i download more than 1 file at a time from userscloud?

I figure they have a 1 per ip or per account limit, but even when i created more accounts and used proxies jdownloader is still only downloading one link at a time.
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Old 08.08.2017, 03:23
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by default accounts do not use proxies, they use the primary internet connection.

what happens if you do not use account?

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Old 08.08.2017, 05:07
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yeah that works, but downloads are a lot slower without an account. (like 500KB/s vs 5MB/s)

how do i get it to work with accounts?
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you have to specially set the account to the proxy, think you need todo it via whitelisting rules within the connection manager. Please wait for jiaz to give official answer as I do not recall the syntax for specifying for this.
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Old 08.08.2017, 06:29
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as far as i can tell the connection manager is only for proxies not accounts.
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Old 08.08.2017, 08:29
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You can whitelist accounts like this:
accountname@host.com
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Old 08.08.2017, 08:46
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the white/black lists are of domain(of the plugin name[s] entry) so its username@nameentry, eg. _username@hostname. Now Jiaz has confirmed, im not going crazy after all. I should just be more confident.
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Old 08.08.2017, 08:50
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you have to manually add it to every proxy?

why not just have the option to rotate them like proxies?
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Old 08.08.2017, 08:56
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because rotation will get your account banned in no time because of many different ips, so hoster thinks you are sharing your account/or it got hacked
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Old 08.08.2017, 09:02
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well that depends on the host.
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Old 08.08.2017, 09:07
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Yes, that may be the case. But because of the risk that this might happen the current implementation doesn't support rotation for accounts.
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Old 08.08.2017, 09:08
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Also there is no real sense in proxy rotation, because normally you cannot bypass limitation of free registered accounts by just changing ip. host would be stupid if that is possible
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Old 08.08.2017, 22:49
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Also there is no real sense in proxy rotation, because normally you cannot bypass limitation of free registered accounts by just changing ip. host would be stupid if that is possible
Well it really depends on the host.

one example would be mega which has a bandwidth limit. Simply changing your ip lets you continue to download more even with the same account.
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Would be stupid for mega but in that case,why not simple don't use any account for mega and rely on proxy rotation only?
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