Torrents kill the connection on the Stream?

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Dear all,


Use at home (MSK) from the STREAM, everything works fine until start a thread on torrent jumps or the distribution. From this point on is lost from 3 to 8% of packets (measured by ping). If you cut down trentowski customer all returns back to normal mode. Terribly annoying, because due to the loss of these packages are fixed with the rollers on boot, the file may freeze in the middle of the download, ICQ loses the connection, etc.

The matter is probably not in the channel load, because even at low speeds (20-30KB\\s) the effect is (at the same time active download fat file via HTTP/FTP so the connection is not affected).


1. Having one thread with something like that?

2. How to ask a question to the caliper of the stream, and if there was anything wrong with (for them) in my use of torrents (silly, but everyone. case).


Thank you :)
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The solutions to the problem:
1) Use the ADSL router with support for QoS. From budget — LevelOne support and this works well with QoS, but he rescued me when I was on the Lookout
2) to Change the provider
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To communicate with techsupport stream useless. We all remember Anton? )
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If you're using a router, then see if the same lag when connecting a computer direct nya. It is likely that the router just keeps the number of connections created by the torrent. For example I have a router DIR-300 begins to bend (i.e. permanent departures ICQ, packet loss) when you switch the torrent and specify the number of allowed connections is more than 50.
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In fact, the cheap routers have a small table. And torrent often and with many open-close connections.
Option to solve the problem, probably three
— buy a normal router
— limit the number of connections from the torrent client
— Out VPN for torrents
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it's simple:
1. climb into the router and make it bridge
2. car custom PPPoE connection
3. check...
if so, then blame the provider equipment (e.g. a cheap crappy shaper which shapit by drop packets — you can make a tuning in system, or to change the provider)
if the problem is solved — so is guilty of the router take another good or more expensive ;)
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And OS what? If XP, then it can be half-open connections, but rather their quantity. A small number (10) standard in XP, can lead to total drops http (was a friend). Read it, can it half-open.com/questions_ru.htm
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Put Linksys.
From personal experience the transition home and small office at Linksys/Cisco has solved a lot of problems.
Work has become more stable, faster.
Even wifi was caught and confident to work faster.
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I decided on a simple — limit the upload speed — then everything went back to normal, however, and the speed jump was falling, for what reasons I cannot say...
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