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Old 07.03.2011, 10:08
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I've read and pasted the log.. see in post #15
Please, re-read the first five words of post #14.

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Hi. No AV, no firewall. Only one connection. OnlyNetload has this problem. But, it isn't a my problem. More and more of my friends, in more cities and countries, have the same problem with netload.
In which cities and countries do you and your friends live?

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Other strange thing is that only in jdownloader it happens. In various browsers, even if it's slow, but it'doesn't break down. All the time, the file is downloaded. Instead, in JD, it breaks down after 8mb, 50mb etc.. never all the file (100mb).

What's the difference between JD and a browser?
A browser is mainly used for browsing and jD is almost exclusively used for downloading. Many jD customers use jD for extracting and joining of downloaded files as well.
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Old 07.03.2011, 16:43
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I think he means why is the download not completing in jd (every time) when it is in the browser (every time) with 1 download 1 connection. I think he knows the difference between a download manager and a browser!
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Old 08.03.2011, 00:03
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Hi.
I've the same problem. I live in Italy.
Until a week ago everything was fine but suddenly Jdownloader no longer works with Netload.

Ciao
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Old 08.03.2011, 01:20
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I think he means why is the download not completing in jd (every time) when it is in the browser (every time) with 1 download 1 connection. I think he knows the difference between a download manager and a browser!
:blink: Exatly.. i know the difference between JD and browser..

I live in italy.. All my friends live in Italy (someone in England too) but it's the same thing.
One month ago, netload was fine with free account too. After, it's very very slow (for free account). Almost, with browser, a file is full downloaded. No in JD .
Without go around the problem, this thing happens (with netload) for all people in all countries..
Try to download any file with JD from netload.. it will be the same for you too!

What have a browser (the engine program) more than a JD engine?
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Old 08.03.2011, 09:55
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Other differences are that :-

1) the developers of jD don't develop browsers. This means that both categories of programs are designed and programmed by different people.

2) jD is written in java and most browsers are not.

@cicciobua

I recommend to :-

1) Allow java and javaw in your firewall and virus software. Disable (or un-install) the html/web download scanner in your virus software.

2) Reduce the Max.Con. setting (bottom right corner of jD window) to 1. Reset the affected links.

Read my post #14 if it still doesn't work. Ask me if you don't understand it and I'll translate it to the language of La Bella Italia.
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Old 08.03.2011, 10:40
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Since I first tried it about a year ago, Netload has always been very slow for free users. The actual speed varies depending on the load on the server. Where you live is also important. Undersea cables, trans-Siberian cables, or satellite connection will slow down communications.

Some ISPs and or National Routers filter some of the download hosts. This might also apply to netload.in.
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Please change both max.con and max.dls. to 1 (temporarily). Please make sure that you set the timeouts in Settings -> Download & Connections -> Internet & Network to 120000ms for both values.

If you are using MS Wnd 2K or XP, read (and apply) Optimizing Your Internet Connection and restart your computer. If you are using MS Vista or later, the OS does the optimization automatically.

Start JDownloader downloading a large netload file and measure the speed that netload is downloading for you (with no competition for your local network).

I am running a test on Nightly (I have several other downloads running right now that I do not want to stop, so I cannot test Stable right now). I am seeing free speeds from 2.5KiB/s to 18KiB/s (it seems to average around 7.5). It does not appear to be stopping.

Once you have an idea of how fast netload.in is downloading, you can increase max.dls. by 1 at a time until the netload.in download starts to slow (then decrease max.dls by 1).
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Old 08.03.2011, 11:36
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netload has server issues,
please provide logfiles and example links that do not work in jd but DO WORK in browser (please test the COMPLETE DOWNLOAD)
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Old 08.03.2011, 11:49
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Only one connection. No other download from any software or browser. It losses the connection with JD at any hour.

All my friend in Italy, since a month ago, has this promlem too. Before, it was ok for all of us!

I have posted my log in this thread (i can't post the links OF COURSE).. But the problem shows in the log, it has been full downloaded from firefox (chrome is ok the same).
Thanks anyway. There is something difference between JD and browser that can loss the conenction in JD but no on a browser.
The speed is very slow, 5k - 20k. But on a browser a file is full downloaded.

Thanks anyway
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Old 08.03.2011, 11:58
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this great difference in speed looks like firewall/av issue.
i offer teamviewer support to take a look and check settings
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Old 08.03.2011, 12:41
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Very very gentleman. you can see email in my profile for sending tw.
ps. i have no AV, no fireW.(software and system)
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Old 08.03.2011, 13:13
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sending tw.
What do you mean with that?
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Old 08.03.2011, 13:23
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What do you mean with that?
Sorry. tw is teamviewer, refered to Jiaz
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Old 08.03.2011, 13:27
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Install TeamViewer from "http://www.teamviewer.com/" and contact Jiaz in chat.
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Old 08.03.2011, 15:24
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Done!
Dear Jiaz, i'm waiting for you in chat..
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Old 08.03.2011, 18:36
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OK!! Jiaz has seen it! Probably it's a problem of netload plugin.. Timeout was 30s..
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Old 08.03.2011, 19:21
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will increase timeout higher, for puppinocbr there are periods longer than 30 secs without data.
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Old 08.03.2011, 20:52
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Dear jiaz, when will be the new plug available?
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Old 09.03.2011, 09:15
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will release it today
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Old 09.03.2011, 13:20
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:w00t::w00t:
GREAT!!!!
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Old 10.03.2011, 14:36
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Netload was always slow, but not like this. At least during low traffic hours I could get 100+kbps. Now it maxes out at 20, and I've yet to manage a file over 200mb. JDownloader really isn't the problem here.

As long as this has lasted, I doubt it's a DDOS or something. They probably downgraded their capacity.
Filefactory did this a long while ago and survived, but it's the only one. Netload probably has a few months left.
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