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im gettin into satellite direcway dw 6000

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ok im not sooo good in the field, but i have a direcway dw 6000 modem and i can't seem to download anything through bitcomet or dc++ umm my info if you need it is Satellite

Transmit Path:

Satellite

Outroute:

Primary

Longitude:

95 West

Receive Frequency:

1120 MHz

Receive Symbol Rate:

21.50 Msps

Receive Polarization:

Horizontal

Transmit Polarization:

Horizontal

22KHz Tone:

Off

Router Address:

66.82.12.44

now if someone could give me step to step on how to configure this to work right i would be soo thrilled, also give me some sugestions on how if i should download tweakers like this tcp optimizer thing i keep hearing about thanks again

ohh yeah im running windows xp home edition

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Welcome to the forum tomcat101 :hello:

See here and here for tweaks.

As for BitComet and DC++... I'm not even sure they will work on satellite :-| (and if they do, it won't be very fast...) also you can't download more than 169MB in 4 hours due to Direcway's Fair Access Policy (unless you have the Pro package, then it's 350MB)

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I have the 7000, so I'm a little bit faster upload wise, but I've found a bittorrent program that works good with my Dway system, it's called utorrent: http://www.utorrent.com/ .

Like php said, watch the FAP, but with max speeds on the torrent of 50kb/s for me, I don't think I can hit the FAP in 4 hours.

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