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Old 04.10.2010, 10:20
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The server probably had a problem and had to restart. Just resume your downloads.
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Old 04.10.2010, 20:35
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Default MegaUpload: "Detected elevated number of requests"

Ok I did a search and found this thread from way back which mentions the same message but says its solved

http://board.jdownloader.org/showthr...umber+requests

but I am now getting from Megaupload the following message - so I can't even download manually. I haven't got JD activated so there are no downloads queued at the moment. It may resolve over time but unusual as I've never noticed such a message before. And when I check back the time limit is INCREASING not decreasing.


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We have detected an elevated number of requests from your IP address.
This may be caused by improperly designed third-party software.
A temporary access restriction is in place. Please check back in 10 minutes or log in using your premium account.

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Old 05.10.2010, 03:48
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This is not a Megaupload specific problem.

This is a protection from hackers who attack servers by placing too many requests for the server to handle. The IP address is being locked out for a period of time (which increases whenever an attempt is made to connect before the timeout).

Check to make sure that you are the only person using your IP address. If you are connecting from a proxy or shared network (office or school), each user might be connecting with the same IP address.

For MegaUpload, you can choose the port to use when JD contacts the server (80, 800, or 1723). This is in Settings -> Hosts & Addons -> Hosts -> (scroll and select Megaupload.com) -> Click on Settings. Make a note of which port is being used, and try one of the other ports. If that port still has the problem, try the third port.

If that does not work, try registering for a free account on Megaupload. Enter that information as if you are a premium user. See if that solves the problem.

Some ISPs automatically map multiple user's internet connections to the same IP address (This is called NAT). This rarely causes a problem, because so people rarely are connecting to the same sites. If this is causing a problem, then contact your ISP to ask for different Address Translation.

If none of these solutions work, you might have to select and use a proxy server. It is hard to find a proxy server that is free and not slow.

In any case, please let us know how you are connected to the internet, what you have tried, and what the results are.
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Old 06.10.2010, 10:37
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Still slow the megaupload in the jdownloader!!!

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Last edited by drbits; 07.10.2010 at 07:53.
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Old 07.10.2010, 02:23
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Default Megaupload: bogus "password wrong"

Yesterday I loaded several Megaupload links.
All were okay in Linkgrabber. When starting to download, the first two aborted with an error message: "Password wrong".
Then the 3rd link started to download normally.

log: http://jdownloader.net:8081/pastebin/14412

I am in a blocked country, so I can't check the site with a browser to see what the real error is. Maybe busy and asking for a premium account?

I reset the aborted links and left them in the queue. The next day some had completed, others had errored out again, but this time after resetting they all completed download normally.

So the problems are:

1) What "password" does this refer to?

2) JD should not simply abort on this error, but wait and retry without my having to manually reset several times.

I don't think that the actual links are relevant, as they all eventually worked, but FYI the ones that failed initially were:

**External links are only visible to Support Staff****External links are only visible to Support Staff**
**External links are only visible to Support Staff****External links are only visible to Support Staff**

P.S. Since this post has been assimilated into a mega-thread with dozens of unrelated issues, I am unsubscribing to the thread.
Anyone who wants to contact me regarding this please send a PM.

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Old 07.10.2010, 07:51
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Old 09.10.2010, 19:01
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OK for us UK users I have found the source of the problem. for my post above.



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Megaupload + Filesonic been hit by the IWF
2010-10-01 20:22:27, by drsox
EDIT: Filesonic has also been listed too. Attempts to download via filesonic are met with "Upgrade to Premium for parallel downloads or Cancel Previous Download".

ORIGINAL: BE have only recently solved a problem with Hotfile caused by the IWF proxy. Now this time it is megaupload.com's turn to be hit by the IWF proxy.

Visitors are greeted with "We have detected an elevated number of requests from your IP address." and the IWF proxy IP: 89.167.221.130.

For more information about the IWF proxy system in use on UK internet providers see our wiki.
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Old 09.10.2010, 20:37
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So these are proxy server problems.

Has anybody tried using a free login with any of the IWF proxy sites? You obtain a free account from the host (Megaupload) and then add it to the Premium Accounts list in JD.
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Old 10.10.2010, 16:39
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Well I have added a free acount to JD,
It has been possible to download relatively small files from MegaUpload so far but inbetween there are long gaps "waiting for new ip" - Not sure if I will hit any size limit if i try a bigger file or if the free acooun ti smaking the difference.
It's still impossible to download manually - we just get the same message.

Last edited by Patr100; 10.10.2010 at 16:41.
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Old 10.10.2010, 23:26
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Default downloading issue please help

the first problem is that even when i havent downloaded anything (right when i start jdownloader) it says that i have reached the limit (megaupload) and it is waiting for a new ip


secondly, when i get a download to start, the speed it says does not match up to the actual speed. for instance, it will say im maintaining about 1 mb, but the progress bar is either moving slowly, or not at all.



thanks
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Old 11.10.2010, 00:59
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@ Patr100,

If you have automatic reconnection set, the long wait times will cause JD to attempt to get a new IP. This is actually the normal Host Wait Time and the New IP message is misleading.

For downloading, a registered account is almost the same as an anonymous account, except that it is a little faster (and gets around the proxy problem). See "**External links are only visible to Support Staff** for details

@ royce59,
Read the Rules.

Look through this thread. You first question has been answered before.

Your second problem is probably your antivirus. Please read General Discussion -> Self Help Index -> Required Patches and Security Software.

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Old 17.10.2010, 11:16
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Default Server does not support chunkload

I am getting this error quite frequently when I resume megaupload downloads. I have a megaupload premium account by the way. Max Con is currently 1 and Max DL is 2. Attach is the log file. Hopefully someone is able to point out the problem. My sys specs are as below

Windows 7
KIS 2011 Installed
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Old 17.10.2010, 11:50
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Allow java and javaw in your firewall and virus software. Disable (or un-install) the port 80/html/web scanner in your virus software.

Note that there might be instructions for configuring KIS 2011 on this website as well. I've certainly seen some on KIS 2010.
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Old 18.10.2010, 12:15
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Default Problem with MU

Hello everyone,

I started having a problem with MU downloads a couple of days ago. Whenever I download a few files in a row, one of them gets stuck in the middle. The error message says that the limit was reached and starts the countdown, however I can download the same files from my browser at the time, so the limit is not the issue definitely. And even when it is downloading, the speed in JDownloader is around 130 kb/s, while chrome gives me around 500-600 kb/s. This only happens with megaupload, other hosts are working fine. Can anyone help? I have the latest version of JD, and Win 7 64bit.


cheers



EDIT: I actually saw the problem now: what happens is, mid-download (only from megaupload) all the activities in JD stop - it's not frozen or crashed or anything, but the speed, ETA, the graph -everything that refreshes every sec or so are frozen still for a couple of minutes, and then the limit reached error message crops up. Rest of the files say waiting for new IP, but that doesn't work for me because I have a static IP address.

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Old 18.10.2010, 14:08
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Ok re: the UK proxy issue above.
This affects Users on one of the large ISPs O2 also known as BE,

Seems nornal access to Megaupload via browser at least is now restored - error message gone - so hopefully will be OK from that point of view - we'll see. I'm going to try some more MU downloads via JD later.
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Old 18.10.2010, 14:28
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The temporary freeze can be caused by a memory swap. This happens when you restore the minimised jD window.
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Old 18.10.2010, 21:48
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bollox. Megapload ip proxy block back on AGAIN.
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Old 19.10.2010, 10:16
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thanks for the reply, but thats not it - it happens even if i don't minimize jdownloader....

no other ideas on how to fix this? i even reinstalled the program but it still happens...
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Old 19.10.2010, 12:10
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What about some example links and a complete and detailed log?
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Old 19.10.2010, 12:15
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This is likely a problem with your antivirus. You must make sure that the antivirus does not scan the data inside packets that JDownloader is downloading. Check your antivirus and firewall to make sure that they do not interfere with JD. Read General Discussion -> Self Help Index -> Choosing and installing security software.

Another thing that can help is to install Java 6u20 32 bit.

If you are still having problems, use General Discussion -> Self Help Index -> Posting an Emergency Log. This has you start JDownloader in a special way and collects more information than a regular log file. Make sure to post you links as well.
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