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Fast downloads! ...not so fast!
#1
So we are compressing our maps and we have a web server running as well. We have pointed our sv_downloadurl to the correct spot.

The maps ARE in fact downloading, but, not fast at ALL!

This web server is our own, not a paid one. We have lots of bandwidth, 100MB in and out (this is running from a data center).

Is there something we are missing? Is there a specific port we need to open?
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#2
anyone? someone! lol
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#3
if you could provide the link i'll try to download directly into my dedicated box which also have 100 mbit connection...
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#4
nizoo Wrote:if you could provide the link i'll try to download directly into my dedicated box which also have 100 mbit connection...

http://www.theabmclan.com/cstrike/
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#5
Not sure if its just me, but the DL speeds I got from that were fairly slow. What kind of connection is the server on?
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#6
yup, I got a slow connection from my home AND from my 10/100 mbit dedicated box.. I am getting around 150 kbs
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#7
nizoo Wrote:yup, I got a slow connection from my home AND from my 10/100 mbit dedicated box.. I am getting around 150 kbs

hrm....it's supposedly a 100 MB connection.
That's the problem I seem to be having. I guess we'll have to look into this....thanks guys.
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eipeks Wrote:
nizoo Wrote:yup, I got a slow connection from my home AND from my 10/100 mbit dedicated box.. I am getting around 150 kbs

hrm....it's supposedly a 100 MB connection.
That's the problem I seem to be having. I guess we'll have to look into this....thanks guys.

did you provide the res files?
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#9
res file?
what do you mean?
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#10
a res file wouldnt cause this problem, i dont have res files and it downloads fine.
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#11
Do you have any control panels installed? If so you might have your server throttling downloads. Also check in task manager (start->taskmgr) And go to network and see what the port speed is there. As well, simultaneously test dl while looking at the % of network used.

If that doesn't help you towards a resolution, i recommend calling your server provider.
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