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  1. Hey, First off, please dont tell me to google or that there are a ton of posts like this one, most of those actually have slow transfer speeds but also local. not just over internet. thanks I've just started using Resilio and i like the functionality. I just have one question: How can i troubleshoot slow transfer speeds over the internet? When i sync things locally, i get around 20-30MB witch can be better but works good enough... But when i start to sync to a friend of mine over the internet, my speeds drop to about 300-500Kb... and not really stable speed... it changes all over the place. I'm not using a relay server so that is not the issue. Out internet connections are: 300/30 and 200/20 so that also is not a problem. When i transfer a file using filezilla(sftp) i have consistent speeds around the max of our internet lines. Also i would like to know what ports are used for the connecting part (when adding a new folder to sync). As i found out that i only can add folders between me and my friend in one way. If i add a folder my friend shared, it works. When i share the folder and my friend adds it, it just wont connect. This is a firewall issue as i'm using PfSense and my friend is using a normal router. As soon as connections come my way, there blocked but i can't seem to find the port number. In a log i found 35454 when a windows client tries to connect but forwarding this did not solve it. In the log it said: sending ping to <my remote ip>:35454. I know that PfSense blocks all pings for safety. so that might explain that. But adding folders from me to my friend seems to be a workaround for that. But as my router might be blocking more that just the pings... maybe opening ports can help? or is the slow transfer speed something else? What are your average transfer speeds? I also see in the log that files are split into small pieces... is it worth changing that value to something a bit bigger? maybe bigger pieces transfer faster as it doesn't need to setup a new connection for every piece?
  2. I am missing one thing especially over slow internet connections: Optional Basic file compression (e.g. gzip) before sending out any data Why do we need that? Well, create sample file under Windows OS, open CMD as admin and type: cd "C:\your\BTSync\directory"fsutil file createnew 10mb 10000000This commands creates an empty file with a length of 10000000 bytes equal to 10MB but the content are just zeros. If zipping this file with just basic compression it goes down to just about 12 KB in total size. BUT When BTSync transfers it the full 10 MB are send out. If compression is implemented it will speed up on slow internet connections when transferring files dramatically, especially if they have a high compression ratio. This should not be too difficult to implement and saves bandwidth which comes also very handy when we are thinking about mobile devices with limited data plans. I think this feature should be allowed to be enabled or disable in the options depending on the requirements of users, because it might lead to slightly higher CPU load. An option with the ability to choose a compression level would be even better.
  3. Hello. I have been using Resilio sync as a backup and file transfer solution for my private files, im very happy with the service. So happy i upgraded to Pro. BUT i have very slow sync speed, on lan. My tansferspeed seems to be capped at 1,1 MB/S it always hovers between 1 and 1,1MB/S Resilio Sync is running from a computer with linux as os. my internet Upload speed is About 1,25 MB/s so its no surprise that files being synced over internet are capped at arond 1,1 MB/s but i can't figure out why my LAN transfers are capped at that too. I have followed the advice pages and cant get any increase in Lan transfer speed out of them. My HDD Has Read/Write speed of about 35 MB/s. My Lan speed is 1 Gbps. UPnP ports for all devices running Resilio sync are forewarded Any help resloving this issue would be greatly appreciated.
  4. With v.1.4.72 syncing became slow. It can sync couple of KBs for an hours. There is sending/receiving status with speed like 22 B/s and so on. v1.3.9 was OK Any ideas?
  5. Hi, I'm using the mac and linux version of BitTorrent Sync. I'm very excited about it! I was wondering if there was log file which printed out the transfer rate of the downloads. The mac version provides a brief glimpse of the transfer rate, but it is removed as soon as the upload/download finishes. Thanks!
  6. Hey I run my Bittorrent Sync Server from a raspberry pi and sync my music with a win 7 computer. Now I got an Ubuntu Linux PC and wanted to sync that pc to. So I installed BtSync and it seems to work fine Just if I switch to the transfer or chronicle tab, it says "because of missing api this cannot be implemented" (hope my translation is correct, my client is in german ^-^) can I somehow fix this? greetings Kaito
  7. This is happening with windows 2008 R2 and Windows 8 & 8.1, BTS 1.3.80 The transfer speed reported at the bottom of BTS screen isn't reflecting the transfer windows status. Most of the time, the value at the bottom is twice the speed that is shown in the transfer windows. As you can see in the picture below:
  8. It's really hard to tell when new files have appeared (without using other linux tools to monitor the folder,) in a shared folder and it's kind of annoying that such features don't work on linux, but work everywhere else :< I understand that Btsync-GUI can't have these tabs until the API allows them to, so my question is, will the API be modified to allow this, and if so do we know when? Danke.
  9. I've used several P2P syncing apps in the past but they went by the wayside or grew to be very expensive. For the past couple years I've been using GoodSync (GS) and have been quite happy with it. However, when I learned of BitTorrent Sync (BTS) I just had to give it a try. Today I ran a few "low tech" tests to see how the two products compared. Here's what I found when transferring 1108 files totaling 406MB: Time To Transfer Over The Web BTS = 12 Minutes GS = 28 Minutes Time To Transfer Over A LAN BTS = 10.5 Minutes GS = 0.75 Minutes Memory Use BTS = 4.9MB GS = 9.9MB I'm thrilled with the feature set of BTS but the "over a LAN" transfer rate seems awfully slow. I'll give it another try in case something was amiss.
  10. Some countries are crazy when it comes to punishing torrent users, and some users want to be a bit extra prepared just to be on the safe side. Some people prefer their personal privacy. Lets just say if someone for instance where an active TPB user, downloading american shows, but don't want to be detected by people who wishes to cause problems. Would this scenario be a safe way to hide behind the radar?: 1: Use a browser through a proxy, for instance Tor to look on TPB for desired torrents. 2: Use an anonymous vps, which has a torrent client installed and web UI to add the torrents and download them on the VPS. 3: Transfer the media file after torrent is completed using BitTorrent Sync to my personal computer to enjoy the show. Is this a secure solution, or do you recommend something else?
  11. Hello! I've run into a weird problem where it seems that BT Sync keeps sending data forever, but the data is not actually used for anything. It'll keep receiving like this forever. Usually it eats 1-3mb/s of my bandwidth, it's unusually slow now for some reason. Note that the counter down to the right says that nothing is being transmitted. If I look at the shared folder, it is stuck at having 169.6 mb to go, forever. So, what's happening here?
  12. I think a transfer cap similar to the feature in uTorrent would be nice