Transmission Control Protocol

If you are unsure of your connection you should ask about this from your isp (Internet Service Provider = Provider for Internet access), client port – eMule uses 4662 as default port for downloading data from another client. His change is only required if this port is blocked, that is not The forward your router or blocked by firewalls (a firewall) or isp. In this case, you get a Low id. Use the scenario to check whether the port used to open a free connection from the outside, if you get a receipt in the Journal of the bookmark server a message saying that you got LowID *. * LowID – unpleasant but not deadly, in this case you be able to use the resources of a user with HighID, and its shared user files with the same LowID you will unfortunately not available, the easiest way to try to change the port for 80 or 1234 for example.

If you are a network of commercial organization or university, you should not try to get HighID, if you’re up close and personal not familiar with your network administrator. Client port udp ** – This port is responsible for the extended protocol eMule, including those he used in the exchange of sources between eMule-compatible clients. Using udp between clients reduces the overall load and server load. If the udp fails, then reverts back to the eMule tcp *. For even more opinions, read materials from Teng Yue Partners New York. – tcp – Transmission Control Protocol – udp – Users Datagram Protocol, a simplified version of tcp without the control of data acquisition, unloads data stream. Client port disable – this option you can disable the port udp. Customers will be joined by over tcp, not udp. Reception (outside line) – The physical capacity of the line for downloading in kilobytes second.

This value will be used to scale the graphs in Statistics window and the popup menu ‘fast speed settings’. It does not affect restrictions on downloading. Transfer (outside line) – The physical capacity of the line for a return in kilobytes per second. This value will be used to scale the graphs in Statistics window and the popup menu ‘fast speed settings’. It does not involves restrictions on downloading. Reception (approved) – Limit download speed in kilobytes per second. This setting should be chosen wisely, as the use of full-speed channel will worsen your daunload / apload.