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Old 19.04.2024, 17:34
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I have the same question that was asked here, with one difference - https://board.jdownloader.org/showthread.php?t=75876

In my case I am not changing my IP address, but I often find that the time that JDownloader waits when the limit is reached is longer than the actual wait time necessary. And I often can't restart JDownloader to reset this because I'm in the middle of a download with another host that doesn't support resuming downloads.

Is there any way to get Jdownloader to reset the "download limit reached" timer without interrupting other downloads?
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Old 19.04.2024, 17:36
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In my case I am not changing my IP address, but I often find that the time that JDownloader waits when the limit is reached is longer than the actual wait time necessary.
Can you provide examples? then we can check/update the plugins.

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Is there any way to get Jdownloader to reset the "download limit reached" timer without interrupting other downloads?
Not at the moment. I will think about a workaround
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Old 19.04.2024, 20:16
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Thanks for the quick reply.

I'm currently only aware of the discrepancy with Rapidgator. It usually reports that there is a 120 minute wait time between downloads (which I think is 120 minutes from the start of the prior download, not the end). But whenever JDownloader checks with Rapidgator and gets that message it sets a 120 minute countdown even though it may be ready sooner. An easy way to replicate a case where JDownloader has a known bad time would be to reach this limit with no new pending Rapidgator downloads, then after 60 minutes add a new Rapidgator download. The new download attempts to start, gets the 120 minute notification, and starts a 120 minute countdown even though 60 minutes have already passed.

Similarly, also with Rapidgator, when you get "You have reached your daily downloads limit." JDownloader does a 60 minute countdown to retry, even though the end of the "day" may be 5 minutes away.

I get that these countdowns have to work with limited information, so I don't expect an improvement to their accuracy. I'd be fine if there was a way to manually tell it to re-check or to override the timer intervals so I can set them for shorter timeframes.
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Old 19.04.2024, 21:15
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@nreal55: most plugins do wait a generic 60 mins wait when there is no exact wait time given. same for the daily limit as the day doesn't end *for you* but most often for server time/location. We've choosen 60 mins as default for good tradeoff between *works* and not causing any issues like high pressure on server and/or risk of IP ban because of too many tries or waste of captcha solving required for some hosters.

So you just need a method to reset the internal reconnect counter, right? then can trigger it manually, eg via Eventscripter or button, right?
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Old 19.04.2024, 23:20
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Yes, I think that would be perfect - at least for how I use JDownloader.
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Old 20.04.2024, 14:10
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@nreal55: with update on monday, there will be new Method fakeReconnect available in Eventscripter. Ask here, see https://board.jdownloader.org/showthread.php?t=70525 for help how to trigger this, eg via button or context menu entry or script that auto trigger this
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Old 23.04.2024, 13:31
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I just wanted to point out that the feature to "detect external reconnects" hasn't been requested for the first time, see also:
https://board.jdownloader.org/showthread.php?t=61514
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Old 23.04.2024, 13:56
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@pspzockerscene: This is not about "detect external reconnect" but fake it IP still the same but wants to retry
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Yap I see though for me, both topics are related.
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