On Wed, 8 Nov 2006 17:42:06 +0100, Kasper Pedersen wrote
> At work I have a 1.5GHz P4 box sitting in NATed DMZ behind the 1.22
> C3-800/128MB monowall handling the company's fiber. For two weeks after
> the Fedora 6 release I had it running bittorrent with some of the isos,
> limited to ~700k/sec, and I never saw anything bad happen. It had an
> amazing number of connections. Can you bring your box down with
> bittorrent too?
I highly suspect Limewire (gnutella).
Bittorrent has never brought the box down. So if you feel like testing, try
gnutella and/or edonkey. It's not the number of connections. I still have a lot of
open connections on the NAT box. (1500+ clients)
Met vriendelijke groet,
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