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Old 27.09.2015, 20:16
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Also been having all kinds of Uploaded problems the last couple of days, particularly today. Not sure where the issue lies. It can take several minutes to parse a link. Also need to keep refreshing the plug-in.
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Old 27.09.2015, 20:17
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@Jiaz

oh I didnt know that. But I am of the same opinion as ukbirdflu the problem must be with uploaded.net.

The new log file: 27.09.15 13.48.19to27.09.15 00.06.58 jdlog://1715824739341/
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Old 27.09.2015, 20:24
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Either firewall/av issue
or heavy ul issues
0:uploaded.net/81.171.123.200:443|connect timed out
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Old 27.09.2015, 20:58
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Either firewall/av issue
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0:uploaded.net/81.171.123.200:443|connect timed out
It's not firewall/AV. Getting an error along the lines of cannot check account, that requires manual refreshing.
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Old 28.09.2015, 11:36
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then its an uploaded server issue
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Old 28.09.2015, 18:05
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It's easy to replicate. Just disable a download, restart JD, and then restart the dowload. I initially get "host offline" the first attempt. It might sucessfully start the next download in the queue or it might require refreshing the plugin.
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Old 28.09.2015, 18:07
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Note here.
Maybe issues with network card and/or you started your system from Standby.
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Old 28.09.2015, 18:07
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No JDownloader issue. Without a logfile and "Host offline" -> still network/firewall/av issue. It must be something about your setup/isp/connection.
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Old 28.09.2015, 21:37
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Deleted.

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Old 30.09.2015, 02:19
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Hey guys,

I just found out I can not access the website uploaded.net itself. I tried every device in my house phones/laptops/computer which are all connected to my router. If i try without my WIFI but rather with my Mobile data is working. So the problem is definitely on my end. But I am not sure what I have to do to fix this. Clearly something is blocking the connection to uploaded.net which is probably also the reason why my JDownloader is struggling.

Can anyone help me in fixing this?
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Old 30.09.2015, 03:13
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Uploaded.net is not working with a lot of UK ISPs at the moment, Uploaded say they can't find a reason and pings work ok. I think it is due to their DDOS provider Prolexic but it is purely a guess. Only way to get it to work is via Opera Turbo mode, or a proxy.
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Old 30.09.2015, 03:19
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@BlizzardUK
and opera turbo mode (opera12 feature for memory) is effectively a proxy service. Does https modes work at all ?

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Old 30.09.2015, 03:32
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Typical, I post the above and it now works, I am unsure if it is just a temp thing, but others seem to be back online too after 4 days offline. Lets hope it stays that way Thanks for the offer of help. If it goes down again I will try with the secure mode hint.
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Old 30.09.2015, 17:52
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My post above (#1033) saying "host offline?", the problem is no more, Looked at a number of forums looked like Uploaded was having problems with Sky Broadband and some other ISPs although as from yesterday users have reported the problem has disappeared.

The new problem I have now with Uploaded, has nothing to do with Jdownloader, is some of their servers are not sending data out as fast as they should. Today when I start a file with 8 chunks, 4 will come down full speed but the rest will come down 200-300 kbytes/S. I have seen this happening in Rapidgator before and I hope this will be sorted out soon.

Edit:

UL has resolved the above problem. Now download at full speed !!!

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Old 02.10.2015, 11:00
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All good here now for the last couple of days. Must've been an Uploaded internal issue.
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Old 06.10.2015, 08:14
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I'm having an issue with JDownloader 2 and Uploaded. With my Uploaded premium account, I start downloads. The connections eventually reset and the download starts over from 0 (zero). I don't know if this is a JDownloader issue or one with Uploaded. Does anyone have similar issues?
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Old 06.10.2015, 10:17
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Please provide a logfile. Menu -> Help -> Create log and give logID
Its a server/routing/network issue in 99,99%
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Old 06.10.2015, 19:10
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Please provide a logfile. Menu -> Help -> Create log and give logID
Its a server/routing/network issue in 99,99%
I created the log file, but it asked to send it to a URL at the end of the process (05.10.15 22.41.46to05.10.15 21.25.40 jdlog://9189034739341/). Are these logs saved somewhere local on my machine? Where? I'm a bit new to this and not really all that technical, so a lot of this is over my head. Also, what is a LogID? Thanks!
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Old 21.10.2015, 01:21
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I have problem with premium account since 1 week ago,my speed between 80 Kb to 150 Kb also I change chunk from 1 to 20 and still same speed,I try other download manager (flashget with full speed isp)

this my log

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21.10.15 01.02.41to21.10.15 01.15.16 jdlog://3158434739341/
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Old 21.10.2015, 11:36
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@spevman71: logs are saved as text in logs folder within your JDownloader folder.
The logs shows many read timeouts which are often caused by Firewall/AV. You also have many connections. I suggest to set max connections to 1 and make sure JDownloader and java are excluded in your Firewall/AV.

@ryu81: Check Firewall/AV. When JDownloader downloads slower than browser, then something messes with your internet connection
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