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Old 06-28-2004, 03:25 PM   #1
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dc-gui hubs

Could someone here suggest a couple of big, high speed, good content hubs which allow dc-gui? Or better yet, a list with such such hubs. All the hubs I used with dc++ permabans me if I enter them with dc-gui.
I have a 10mbit connection and over 100gb clean share.

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Old 06-28-2004, 11:56 PM   #2
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i would just recommend looking through the Hub list to get an answer to that question ...
every hub in its description shows how many TB are being shared, and how many
users on are the hub, so with that information you can see the large amounts of data
that is available on the hubs ... and even in the hub list in dc-gui, they show like 13,000
hubs as opposed to in windows where it shows a little under a 1,000 ... but as personal
favorites, i would recommend any hub that has [BBB] in its name ... as i am sure since
you are located in Sweden you have heard of them since they are based in Sweden ...
and also since you say that your connection is 10mbit that may very well be your ISP .
cause personally i am in Canada, and any time i connection to people with the [BBB],
[Telia], or [Bostream] tags, i get rocking speeds, so i am sure since you are located over
there that the same will be true for you ...

Last edited by DrOzz; 06-28-2004 at 11:57 PM.


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