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Old 17.10.2017, 23:48
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Default mega.co.nz Bandwidth Limit Exceeded without end

Hello everybody. I'm using JDwonloader2 and have the problem "Bandwidth Limit Exceeded". Since yesterday I can't download from Mega, because appears this message "Bandwidth Limit Exceeded" asking me to wait 5 hours. And after the 5 hours are finished... it asks me to wait 5 more hours. And after them, again and again. Without end.

It isn't that my IP has reached bandwidth limit because in web browser (Chrome and Firefox) I can download perfectly while JDwonloader2 it's saying I must wait 5 hours, I tested in browser and doesn't appears the message "Bandwidth Limit Exceeded".

I reinstalled Jdownloader2. It didn't solve the problem. I tried with free account and no account. Doesn't works. The problems is the same.

So, somebody may help me, please?

Thanks in advance.

Excuse me for my poor English.
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Old 18.10.2017, 10:07
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JDownloader requests the file in one range and in case that range exceeds the available traffic , you will encounter this error message.
Browser and some other tools use smaller ranges to load the files in many pieces that's why it works with them.


Am I right that the file is a larger one? Can you send link to support@jdownloader.org
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Old 18.10.2017, 14:05
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JDownloader requests the file in one range and in case that range exceeds the available traffic , you will encounter this error message.
Browser and some other tools use smaller ranges to load the files in many pieces that's why it works with them.


Am I right that the file is a larger one? Can you send link to support@jdownloader.org
Hello. I'm sorry but this answer it isn't convincing.

First of all, yes, the file is large (**External links are only visible to Support Staff****External links are only visible to Support Staff**), but till now I had never had problems downloading much bigger files. Just this limitation was appearing and it was necessary to wait 5 hours. Now to wait it's useless, because looks like a bug that every 5 hours asks to wait another 5 hours, without end.

Secondly, JDwonloader2 was working perfectly until Sunday, downloading large files.

In third place, I have commented on this problem with other persons who use JDdonwloader2 to download large files and they don't have the same problem as I have.

Fourth, in other old computer that works badly (that's why I don't use it alrady), JDwonloader2 is installed, I checked and it DOWNLOADS large files. So, it seems isn't a problems of JDwonloader in itself, but a problem of MY JDwonloader. For some reason, asks me to wait and wait eternally.

Some another idea?

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Old 18.10.2017, 14:56
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This issue exists for longer time and it highly depends on geo location.
You can try to change plugin settings in Settings-Plugins-search for mega
Maybe it helps for you.
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Old 18.10.2017, 18:05
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This issue exists for longer time and it highly depends on geo location.
You can try to change plugin settings in Settings-Plugins-search for mega
Maybe it helps for you.
Thanks for answer. The point here is that I don't know how to change the plugin of Mega en Settings-Plugins. I searched in Settings-Plugins and nothing about Mega appears there.

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Old 18.10.2017, 18:18
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Settings-Plugins, there is search bar, enter mega
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Old 18.10.2017, 23:07
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Settings-Plugins, there is search bar, enter mega
Helo, Thanks for answer. I did it, before writing a message here looking for help. In Settings-Plugins, typed Mega in the search bar, but nothing: no results.

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Old 19.10.2017, 09:37
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Settings-Plugins-search for mega.co.nz
It must be available , else you would not be able to download from mega at all
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Old 19.10.2017, 14:02
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Settings-Plugins-search for mega.co.nz
It must be available , else you would not be able to download from mega at all
Ok, sorry, now I found it.

There are several options. I'll dindicate which ones are marked by default:

Check reserved traffic? (Marked)
Use SSL?
Use tmp decrypting file?
Use minimal set of http headers? (Marked)
Use global CDN? (Marked)

Which should change?

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Old 19.10.2017, 14:23
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you could experiment with minimal set of headers and global cdn
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Old 19.10.2017, 14:53
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you could experiment with minimal set of headers and global cdn
No, it didn't work. Could you try the link I reported in this thread? It works for you? (Just checking if it starts or no, no necessary download it entirely)

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Old 20.10.2017, 10:51
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Works fine for me, but as I already said, it highly depends on geo location.
You can try to create a log, see https://support.jdownloader.org/Know...d-session-logs
and send me the logID
maybe I can see something
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Old 05.11.2017, 09:40
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It happens the same to me. The bandwidth limit exceeded is always there, no matter how many times I change my IP.
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Old 06.11.2017, 15:01
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Is it a larger file? Can you please provide the link?
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Old 07.11.2017, 22:01
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Hello,
having the same problem. the files are 4,90GB each. i can download them at fullspeed without any problems in chrome. location germany. dynamic ip. jdownloader2 won't start at all and gives me "bandwidth limit exceeded". even after a ton of reconnects (new ip). i am too scared to give an example file but i hope i could help with the info.
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Old 08.11.2017, 10:16
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You can download them in browser in one go? No account on mega? Did you experiment with Settings-Plugins-search for mega and try to change settings there.
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Old 08.11.2017, 17:27
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after 4.19GB the mega website wants me to buy premium and stops the download. but i was able to finish the file the next morning. i tried to adjust the plugin settings according to your post but it did not help with the big files.
i was able to download a 2.48GB in JDownloader2 after i started it in chrome and closed it after 5%.
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Old 08.11.2017, 18:16
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after 4.19GB the mega website wants me to buy premium and stops the download. but i was able to finish the file the next morning.
Thanks for the feedback! That was what I thought. We will have to change download method in JDownloader to support smaller request chunks, same as in browser. This is what the ticket is about
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Old 09.11.2017, 04:42
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Sorry for the late reply. I also was trying to download a 1.51gb, 3.19gb and 2.68gb files. All failing showing the Bandwidth limit exceeded.
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Old 27.11.2017, 05:22
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Default jdownloader mega Bandwidth Limit Exceeded

hello
i tried to find a solution for this problem on my own, but i failed.
so my problem is like this:
there is a single 9 GB big zip file mega download link. i copied it and pasted into jdownloader. but it always says "Bandwidth Limit Exceeded"

so i reconnected my router (changed ip) but still same error.
then i tried to check this in settings-plugins-mega "hide application identifier".
but there is no option like this (the thread with that "hide application identifier" advice is already 5 years old. maybe this option was changed already long ago).

now i tried this: i copied and pasted another mega link (a file that was about 600 MB big) and surprise: it worked (but strangely it was very slow, about 300 kb/s download speed. but if i download that file from the original mega link in my web browser, its full speed 5 mb/s download. idk why its like this in jdownloader. in the past, there were no such problems with jdownloader and mega links)

so.. to sum it up: somehow my mega downloads in jdownloader have slow download speed, and i cant even start download links that have too big file size like 9 GB.

how to solve this?
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