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On 07/25/2013 12:40 PM, Jonathan Aquilina wrote:
74 is probably the ip address your modem has. the first hop you will see
will be the internal ip address of your LAN then the modem could be a
modem/router so that is probably why you are seeing another internal ip
address before the router of the cable provider.

On Thu, Jul 25, 2013 at 6:21 PM, Kracked_P_P---webmaster <> wrote:

On 07/25/2013 11:27 AM, Florian Effenberger wrote:


Kracked_P_P---webmaster wrote on 2013-07-25 17:01:

  Just to let you know.....
I tried downloading 4.1.0 Windows and it gave me a download speed of 25
KB/s.  It seems that the "auto-directing" mirror system sent me to a
mirror for download that was near its limits. 2.5 hours to download.  I
went and choose my own mirror and it gave me about 4 minutes for the
same file.

Is the system having problems, or does it just pick a mirror "closest"
to me and not worry if it is over tasked at that point?

thanks for sharing! Our download system assumes the best mirror available
with a variety of parameters. However, it can't be 100% correct, especially
during release days, when a high download rate happens. :-)

Can you try again tomorrow, when the first rush has settled, and if it's
still slow, let me know your IP address and the mirror automatically
chosen? I'll then fine-tune its settings.


I just went to one of the listed US and/or NA mirrors listed in the "Info"
link on the green download button.

As for the mirror that was chosen for me, how do I find that out?

attached for your copy, is the router infothat its setting page displays,
in a JPG file.

The IP address of my cable modem starts with 74.65.x.x
but the Traceroute gives me
--- 192.168.x.x - router
--- 10.225.x.x- modem?
--- 24.94.x.x - local router for the cable modem service

it seems to go from Elmira NY through TW cable system
[74.74.x.x through 107.14.x.x]
"" [207.88.x.x]
and seems to end after 15 hops to
"" [69.16.x.x]
The 74.65.x.x address is what the cable modem shows to the cable modem LAN. Then it goes from there to the other Time Warner Cable routers, first at the Cable Company building, and then out to the rest of the Internet router systems.

Why the router states 74.65.x.x and the Traceroute option shows my router IP addresss [my system address and then the router's address] but skips the 74.65.x.x and shows the 10.225.x.x address. Why these tow systems show different "modem" addresses or skips some stuff, is just weird.

So I would assume that the mirror system would look for the Time Warner IP address, or one of them, to choose which mirror to use.

But to get around the issue, I just directly chose the mirror I wanted to use. Like Florian stated, I will see what happens later. I will download the Windows install to a folder and see how long it takes.

All I have to do now is wait and see if.when there is a Portable version of 4.1.0 and will have the NA-DVD for that version completed.

I still have to upload the 3.6.7 files to my site and create a 4.1 install page[s] as well. It will take about 4 hours to upload all of the 3.6.7 installs and about 8 hours to upload a full 4.1.0 page system. That is to my own domain. I just uploaded the 3.6.7 .iso file to the LO folder and it should go to the mirrors when the German DVD does.

No rest for the good guys.

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