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    posted a message on How do you increase your download and upload speed?
    Quote from jacobdb

    i know?

    OSI model is really handy btw.


    Was the first thing I was taught, helps so much with troubleshooting, at least in real life.
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    posted a message on How do you increase your download and upload speed?
    Priceless...

    I was also thinking in terms of the OSI Model, so my information is a bit irrelevant.
    Quote from jacobdb

    a session soley depends on the program. It can be days, seconds, or heck. even years.

    a good example of a session would be a remote login.

    the session is the time you are logged into the remote host. in that session, it is sending packets of data across. (depends on which layer of the OSI model your looking)


    Session is a part of the OSI model. Which what I was confused by there...


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    posted a message on How do you increase your download and upload speed?
    Quote from Travuersa

    Given that you're going to continue to post ambiguous posts and then be smug about it, how long is a session?

    Right, programs never ever update and sap bandwidth from you when you're trying to do other things. Especially not Steam games. Or AVAST! antivirus database updates.

    Son, I wasn't complaining about my internet. I was saying that if the OP meant less than 10 mb/s, then he just needs to deal with it. No, we don't have dial up. Yes, I do get 90kb/s, and sometimes it's even lower than that.


    I would really try to avoid going into a full on debate/argument with Fm87, he actually works in IT, and is prone to post wall-o-text responses that most really have no defense against.

    Also a session usually last less than a second. If you want to know how long an exact session will take use ping -l and you can change the size of the packet accordingly. Granted, this is only an estimate and it may be different on a separate port that is more used.

    Edit: bit of an oxymoron there...
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    posted a message on We are amazing!

    'Twas 215904


    I need to add my Main rig to the mix and my laptop, maybe my server too, will give y'all a boost.
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    posted a message on We are amazing!
    Wait what's the team number?
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    posted a message on I hate the 250gb limit.
    Quote from Flutterwry

    Someone did not read ToS, cable companies were forced by law in the US to establish a limit on data transfer per month, this was that 250GB limit "some have different, its a muffed up situation". While they are quiet sometimes if you go over it a little bit, but insanely going over it like you did, 1150GB, is to much.

    I may be wrong in some parts, but cable and similar insane fast internet has caps, DSL is unlimited and FIOS connections to my knowledge.

    EVEN Dial up has caps.

    FYI though, Comcast is forgiving sometimes, but policy is 250GB per month, so QQ as you wish, you signed and agreed to that in their ToS for internet.


    If you had a contract before this law was passed however and you continue to renew it you do not have a cap.
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    posted a message on airsoft
    Quote from OmegaLambda




    Do you have a military background or anything? Because your stance here is nearly perfect, no chicken winging and you have trigger discipline from what I can see. Which is something I wouldn't expect from most airsofters.
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    posted a message on Do I have a Good Computer?
    Quote from RoachPG

    Hold on, is he saying that he doesen't have a graphics card?


    Pretty much.
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    posted a message on What type of computer do you have?
    Quote from MDawg

    MSI H55M-E23. Never really paid attention to my mobo, to be honest. But it's enough for my parts.



    I asked cause I thought you somehow got from a AM2 socket to a 1155 socket? I forget what pre-SB socket the 950 is.
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    posted a message on How do you increase your download and upload speed?
    Quote from Travuersa

    Given that a lot of things do use network resources...


    Next time you are at the command prompt, enter both netstat and netstat -b and tell me how many programs have an established connection, it will not be that many.
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    posted a message on airsoft
    Not exactly correct about the tips, local laws, like where I live, can contradict this and make it illegal to remove the orange tip.
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    posted a message on Any martial artists/combat sport enthusiasts?
    Quote from AllBrav0

    I practise in the French martial art of running away (Parkour)



    I have done basic parkour as well, running away is always a better option in terms of self defense.
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    posted a message on fraps help

    cracked can't get it at this time


    idk my comp specs



    I can't help you much then, do you at least know what your GPU is?
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    posted a message on fraps help
    Computer specs also.
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    posted a message on What type of computer do you have?
    Quote from MDawg

    Custom built by my uncle when I first got it. It was originally a cheap-ass and just for my general use, so it had an AMD Athlon x64 and no GPU. Then I installed a GeForce 9800 GT later, and finally upgraded in late 2010 to modern parts.

    Intel I5-650 dual-core 3.2GHz
    WIndows 7 32-bit (OEM)
    4GB DDR3 RAM
    500GB HDD, along with a Western Digital 1TB external drive
    EVGA GeForce GTX 560 (had a GTS 450 from spring 2011 til Christmas)
    I don't know what brand I have for my case, since my uncle never informed me of that info. It looks boring, is all I can say from this point.


    The CPU is outdated by a year, but otherwise the computer is a great gaming PC for the price of the total, which is around $850.



    What Motherboard?
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