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  1. #1 Find out if your ISP is throttling your BitTorrent traffic! 
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    Apparantly Google developed this last month, and it simulates a torrent download and upload. It's just a quick test to determine whether or not your BT traffic is being throttled. Handy to know, and if your ISP is doing it you can call and bitch them out for not providing the service you're paying for.

    Glasnost: Test if your ISP is manipulating BitTorrent traffic

    Mine is not be throttled on any of the ports they test.
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    Senior Member I Modded My PSP xKira's Avatar
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    What The Heck?
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    It said that I'm clean so no worries.
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    whats throtling?
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    Don't trust me? Don't click it, I don't care.

    Throttling is where your ISP will slow down internet traffic on ports commonly used by torrent clients. Slows your download and kills your upload.
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    testing...
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    im not

    Results for your host (huh why are you looking here..?):
    Is BitTorrent traffic on a well-known BitTorrent port (6889) throttled?

    The BitTorrent upload (seeding) worked. Our tool was successful in uploading data using the BitTorrent protocol.
    There's no indication that your ISP rate limits your BitTorrent uploads. In our tests a TCP upload achieved at least 2196 Kbps while a BitTorrent upload achieved at most 2201 Kbps. You can find details here.
    The BitTorrent download worked. Our tool was successful in downloading data using the BitTorrent protocol.
    There's no indication that your ISP rate limits your BitTorrent downloads. In our tests a TCP download achieved at least 2621 Kbps while a BitTorrent download achieved at most 2599 Kbps. You can find details here.

    Is BitTorrent traffic on a non-standard BitTorrent port (10017) throttled?

    The BitTorrent upload (seeding) worked. Our tool was successful in uploading data using the BitTorrent protocol.
    There's no indication that your ISP rate limits your BitTorrent uploads. In our tests a TCP download achieved at least 2194 Kbps while a BitTorrent download achieved at most 2178 Kbps. You can find details here.
    The BitTorrent download worked. Our tool was successful in downloading data using the BitTorrent protocol.
    There's no indication that your ISP rate limits your BitTorrent downloads. In our tests a TCP download achieved at least 2618 Kbps while a BitTorrent download achieved at most 2623 Kbps. You can find details here.

    Is TCP traffic on a well-known BitTorrent port (6889) throttled?

    There's no indication that your ISP rate limits all downloads at port 6889. In our test, a TCP download on a BitTorrent port achieved at least 2621 Kbps while a TCP download on a non-BitTorrent port achieved at least 2618 Kbps. You can find details here.
    There's no indication that your ISP rate limits all uploads at port 6889. In our test, a TCP upload on a BitTorrent port achieved at least 2296 Kbps while a TCP upload on a non-BitTorrent port achieved at least 2194 Kbps. You can find details here.
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    Uhh u guys misunderstood me. I said that I was clean as in they aren't throttling my internet. lol.
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