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Old 14.10.2017, 10:36
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Default Mega bandwith exceeded, even after getting new IP

I was using JD2 to download files from mega.nz when I reached my download limit. I changed the MAC on my router, rebooted my modem, and got a new IP, as I've done many times before. JD2 still said mega.nz bandwidth exceeded, with a repeating 60 second countdown.

I disabled my free mega account in settings, reset the download, closed JD2, and got another IP. JD2 still said mega.nz bandwidth exceeded.

I loaded the link into MegaDownloader and it started downloading right away.
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Old 16.10.2017, 10:18
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I guess the file is bigger, am I right?
JDownloader requests the complete file vs other tools might request smaller chunks

That can cause large files to fail because it will always exceed the limit vs other tools request smaller chunks, then hit limit and continue later. I will work on this download method as soon as I find some time
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Old 16.10.2017, 10:39
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File was 11GB, and I believe mega.nz has a 5GB limit. However, MegaDownloader was able to download the entire 11GB in one go.

First time I've seen that since Mega blocked the method MD used to get around the limit.
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Old 16.10.2017, 10:46
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Thanks for the feedback! can you send me the link via support@jdownloader.org so I can use it for testing
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Old 28.10.2018, 22:10
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Hello, any progress on this?

I tried this weekend, and I was trying with a couple of files of 9GB and 11GB and they kept on giving me that error with the latest jDownloader tool.
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