anyone here use Kazaa Lite k++?...

Discussion in 'OT Technology' started by jrmy, Dec 1, 2003.

  1. jrmy

    jrmy Guest

    if so can you please tell me what the crap a kazupernode or whatever its called is?and what it is good for?
    THX...Jrmy
     
  2. Mirrorlure7M

    Mirrorlure7M OT Supporter

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    I have it But I have no clue what the Kazaanode is either
     
  3. johnson

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    The supernode is supposed to get your download speeds up. Here is the tip I got from another forum.

    Go to Tools then KaZuperNodes

    1) Click on "Check Status" and wait till its done.
    2) Click "Localize" and wait till its finished.
    3) Press the "Response Time" tab to organize which one is the lowest.
    4) Find the supernode which is closest to your area and has the lowest response time.
    5) Double click him so he appears in the newq supernode bar.
    6) Click set new SN and Kazaa will restart.
    7) Test your download speed, it should have increased quite a bit.
    8) If you didnt notice any speed changes, do steps 1-7 again until it works.

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  4. jrmy

    jrmy Guest

    thx...btw...why would you want the one with the SLOWEST????response time?
     
  5. johnson

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    Lowest does not mean slowest. I guess its like latency in CS or other games? The lower the better?
     
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    Zourn 16-bit Ninja OT Supporter

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    Common sense tells me that the lowest response time would be the winner.
     
  7. yup.
     
  8. rzklkng

    rzklkng "A republic, madam, if you can keep it"

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    You don't want to be a supernode. While more supernodes = better network performance, the RIAA has primarily focused on going after users who allowed their PCs to function as Supernodes.
     

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