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SubjectRe: QoS on incoming data
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    Hi Anders :)

>You said way back that it was only wget that did hog the andbith,
>right?

Well, not exactly. Let's say that wget seems more 'aggresive',
but really the one who gets all the speed is the *first* downloading
program started, although some of them seems to be more friendly than
others. Wget is a corner case. Lukemftp is less aggresive.

I've already considered the tcp windows issue, but is not the
case (IMHO). I think that's more probable the option regarding ISP
large queues.

Thanks for your answer and interest :))
Raúl
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