Q on Connection Name?

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  1. Repentinus

    Repentinus New Member

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    When using a P2P program you can limit the number of connections that they make. What is this connection called. I emailed my router's manufacturer and asked "What is the maximum number of connections that my router can have?" My answer was 4 wired and 32 wireless. Obviously not the answer I was looking for.

    Any help would be awesome.
     
  2. bangbanger

    bangbanger Welcome To Banger Country.

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    All it is doing is limiting the number of connections the program can make with other people, I usally keep it at a resonable amount so you can actually get the good seeders in. It had nothing to do with the router itself.

    Get what I am saying or not? If not I will try again.
     
  3. Repentinus

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    Yeah I do. But this is the issue I'm running in to. If I set my number of connections too high (regardless of up/down speed) I won't be able to access the net or do anything else online. From what I read elsewhere this is because Belkin limits the number of connections that can be made. I was trying to figure exactly what this number is, in hopes of gaining more control over my ability to do things online.
     

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