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    Lightbulb net speed -> bdix->torrent like speed sharing

    Don't know how to say this, but here's what i think :


    Torrentbd users are all using broadband services interconnected with bdix. We download things and share via torrent to utilize local speed. Now we all have capped "internet" speed. I use a 512 kb smilebd connection, someone else use 2mb connection. Now imagine a swarm of users sharing "internet" speed through local bdix. Someone's computer is idle so his internet speed is distributed.... kind of thing.

    I use two broadband line ( one smile 512 kb and another 32kb global ). Recently i am using connectify dispatcher and this amazing software now let me use both connection speed at once. If i use idm/torrent where multiple connection can be established with server, i can use both the speed and get around 80KB/s. So, that imaginary internet sharing software can sit and forward someone else's threaded connection , get the packets , send to the target user through bdix... and so on. There can be a DHT table kind of thing that can track users, total shared internet and average the speed throughout the swarm. A 2mb/s user will always get his nominal 2mbps speed, but as he is a part of the share, he will get extra whenever its available and vice versa.


    I never heard of this kind of softwares available / used by community. Anyone knows any ? Would be kind of cool you know.

    And yes , i dont know how p2p file sharing network works , and i have a very limited knowledge over sockets and ip etc. So above statements can be a bit dodgy

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    > I never heard of this kind of softwares available / used by community. Anyone knows any ? Would be kind of cool you know.

    Because people, traditionally, are not fans of giving away what they pay for freely.

    Deal with it, etc.

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    I don't think people are going to share their internet. It's not FREE!
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    Like i said, a user will always get his speed when he wants. But we dont always utilize our speed at max all the time do we ? If there are n amount of users , there is a fair chance of idle bandwidth. And in the end , every user is having some extra bandwidth. If all user maxing out the u/download, then there will be no share at that time. It will be how torrent works, or similar to. Users will have ratio, and upon that ratio that software will distribute idle bandwidth through the bdix. You are giving away, coz you are getting some !

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    Codex and Ahnaf_i7X thanks for the reply. Yes it's like "I have a 2mb connection why will i share?". But it can also be like "Okey. I will get my speed whenever i want. In the meantime i can share some of my bandwidth when its sitting idle. But when i need to download, it will make sure i have i have 2.5 mb speed."

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    Nope, the world sadly isn't going to work like that -- especially not in this godforsaken country of ours.

    We've failed to convince Mango and BTCL to throw up two peering circuits at BDIX, and it would basically have cost them nothing short of a ge or fe port.

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