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Old 25.05.2010, 00:23
eMeR Manix
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Question Is there possible to download using multiple NIC's?

Is there possible for JD to simultaneously download files using multiple network cards acting on various IP numbers?

This can be usefull for some non-Premium users...

Notebook can have two or more connections with different IP-numbers assigned (wire NIC, wireless NIC, mobile...).
Desktop can have more than one network card, and each of them can have unique IP number assigned (multi-homed box), and also wireless connection is possible there.


Is there possible, with Java, to simultaneously download multiple files using multiple network cards/connections?

Is there possible, to choose (distinguish?) which download should go to which NIC/connection?


If this feature is possible to develop, maybe can be supported using multiple/rotating proxy plugin engine...

AFAIK under MS Windows there is no interface for user, to choose between various NIC's - one can only to set "priorities" for them.
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Old 25.05.2010, 06:40
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Follow this link: **External links are only visible to Support Staff****External links are only visible to Support Staff** I've got it set up to download via Ethernet from my News Server and from http servers over wireless.
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Old 25.05.2010, 13:39
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Please, read about "Feature #1813 : Multiple Concurrent proxies or Concurrent NICs".

Since this won't be possible without a major redesign of jD, I recommend starting several instances of jD. You can only do this from several copies of your jD folder.
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Old 25.05.2010, 13:54
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Or, you could just use Route Delete and Route Add. I posted a link to a tutorial last night, but the moderator didn't think it was worth posting.
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Old 26.05.2010, 13:49
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I like this. Who was that moderator? If it's still not posted and not too technical, could you please send it to me in a PM? Thanks.
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Old 26.05.2010, 14:11
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me too, please
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Old 26.05.2010, 19:50
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how you do that??? i need it too!!!
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Old 27.05.2010, 01:41
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Quote:
Originally Posted by Voyager62 View Post
Or, you could just use Route Delete and Route Add. I posted a link to a tutorial last night, but the moderator didn't think it was worth posting.
Hey could u pls send it to me as well
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Old 27.05.2010, 12:46
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If you send it to me, I will see if I can get it posted.
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Old 27.05.2010, 14:24
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Funny. Mouth-watering post ... no continuation.

Spock said "Voyager62 disappeared into the Tarantula Nebula .... please beam him back..."
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