[7] [BitTorrent] Study about bittorrent

kevin at ank.com kevin at ank.com
Thu Mar 10 17:04:49 EST 2005


All p2p connections are bidirectional.  Setting the number of uploaders
controls how many peers you will unchoke at a time.

On Thu, Mar 10, 2005 at 12:32:57PM -0000, gugawag wrote:
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> We are Computer Science students on Master course at Universidade
> Federal de Campina Grande. We are performing a study about Bittorrent.
> Analyzing some clients, we've got a doubt. The problem
> is that: most bittorrent clients allow  users to set the number of
> upload connections. Is that the total number of "upload connections",
> or the client has as many upload connections as "download connections"
> (considering full duplex connections) and this number represents extra
> connections? i.e:
> 
> total_client_upload_connections = download_connections (considering
> full duplex connections ) + upload_connections (set by the user);
> 
> Is that true?
> 
> We will be glad if you can help us.  Thanks in advance,
> 
>     Gustavo and Aliandro
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