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Old 14.05.2019, 02:15
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Exclamation ProLeech.link links + JD2 DLing = issues...

Hi

I wanted to let you know there is an issue when trying to DL links from the multihoster platform "Proleech.link" in JD2.

This issue is when I simply add a link then try to DL using a proleech.link account, the DL starts and abruptly stops, keeps trying....wasting the users daily DL limits.

The only way I can DL most links using ProLL account in JD2 is to first copy my links into ProLL browser generator, THEN re-copy the new generated links back into JD2...then they seems to DL. But in some cases it still doesnt work and I am forced to DL my link(s) through their browser generator.

There are a couple of their hosts which seem to DL fine normally through JD2 without first going to the browser generator. The only 2 ive noticed work right r "uptobox" and "filejoker"
All other ProLL hosts I have to do this workaround, or if that fails I can only DL through browser.

I simply want to be able to copy my links to the linkgrabber then quickly start DL FROM JD2, using "Proleech.link" account, and not losing daily limits in the process. Like the way its done with "RealDB" <-- they work awesome through JD2!

I have been in contact with ProLL admin, they have contacted you about this, but I wanted to make this all clear, and see what you guys here can do from ur end.

Please look into and fix asap, as this is a big annoying issue.

Log if needed:
13.05.19 15.46.23 <--> 13.05.19 18.15.59 jdlog://0861976935451/

Thanks again!

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Old 14.05.2019, 18:07
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Issue at proleech. generated link fails at all range requests. only without range request works and you've setup JDownloader to use '10 chunks'

Quote:
Range: bytes=0-
HTTP/1.1 206 Partial Content
Content-Length: 262144000
Content-Range: bytes 0-/262144000
but all other ranges fail
Quote:
Range: bytes=78643200-104857600
HTTP/1.1 503 Service Unavailable
an so on.

seems not every host they support do support chunks/multiple connections and their website doesn't provide this information. so either they fix this on their site or provide this information in website/response or I have to limit plugin to single connection and maybe even disable resume for all, as I don't know which sites work with chunks/resume and which sites don't
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Old 14.05.2019, 23:04
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Ok then I will try to pass this on to them. They have said they have been in contact with you already. Please continue that so we can get this issue fixed.

And I will see if restricting "chunks" to "1" will do it. It does need to be fixed because more "chunks" from my end give me faster DLs lol....which i like haha.

I was just wondering...why is it that RealDB works soooo well with JD2 but many of the other multihosters out there have this or similar issues?

Thanks again
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Old 15.05.2019, 09:48
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Other multihoster like realdb or premiumize or zevera...provide a good api and more detailed information/error codes. for example they inform when resume is not possible or may limit the number of connections. whereas proleech doesn't provide an api (not that we know of).
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Old 16.05.2019, 00:25
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Good to know, i will try to inform them about making an proper api. They are getting harder and harder to get a hold of lol.
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