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RumbaMon19

Feel Pain.
It may also happen if local peering is enabled which basically means you are downloading from seeders having same ISP as yours within your city/area so no speed cap as this bandwidth is free of cost to your ISP which only pays for bandwidth coming in/going out of its own network.
@Nerevarine

This is highly possible as I am using Airtel fiber. Many people have it here.
 

patkim

Cyborg Agent
Are you using qBitTorrent app and do you get IPv6 in addition to IPv4?

Airtel has now implemented IPv6 and since the two protocols are not backward compatible, the two coexist as dual stack doubling the bandwidth in certain situations and for apps like qBitTorrent wherever possible.

When I use qBitTorrent, I get 10 - 11 MB/s whereas by plan is just 40Mbps. Disable IPv6 and it falls back to max 6 MB/s. Same is the case with fast.com
This is what my experiments with Airtel show me so far! Since IPv6 is still experimental in India, ISP’s might come up with a suitable solution in due course.


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RumbaMon19

Feel Pain.
Are you using qBitTorrent app and do you get IPv6 in addition to IPv4?

Airtel has now implemented IPv6 and since the two protocols are not backward compatible, the two coexist as dual stack doubling the bandwidth in certain situations and for apps like qBitTorrent wherever possible.

When I use qBitTorrent, I get 10 - 11 MB/s whereas by plan is just 40Mbps. Disable IPv6 and it falls back to max 6 MB/s. Same is the case with fast.com
This is what my experiments with Airtel show me so far! Since IPv6 is still experimental in India, ISP’s might come up with a suitable solution in due course.


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Yupp, using BitTorrent via docker.

I saw that ipv6 compatibility. I think ISPs know about this...
 

Cyberghost

Federal Agent Area 51
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Upgraded my home broadband to Airtel Fiber pings are much stable even on 2 bar wifi plan is 200 mbps hope it works without any problems
 
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