[SOLVED] Please help me isp provides high sped for googld drive but for other sites low speed

Please help me my isp provide high download speed for google drive it goes upto 2-3 mbps bit when i download from other sites it goes only upto 1 mbps at max

Some sites impose speed limits on transfers rate.

What other sites you’re talking about? elaborate.

I mean if i use mediafire or mega or any other site from where i need to download any file isp provides low speed .I only get high speed when downloading link is of google drive

I Answered it already.

How is the performance and speed of transfers affected Mega.nz?

The performance of your transfer speed is dependent on your Internet Service Provider (ISP). MEGA does not impose any artificial speed limits on transfers.

When you consider your current internet package or shop for a new one, you should take note of these important facts:

  1. Upload and download speed differ in the packages offered by providers. For instance, if your downloads and streaming in MEGA are faster than uploading files, you are likely getting faster download speed compared to upload speed in your package.
  2. ISP reported speeds are theoretical maximums - the actual connection speeds you experience may be slower than what your internet package advertises.
  3. Download and upload speeds are measured by ISPs and online speed-test tools in Mb/s (megabits per second) or b/s (bits per second), while MEGA clients report both in MB/s or KB/s (megabytes or kilobytes per second).

Latency and speed

  1. Latency measures the response time between your device and our servers, which means that distance is important to consider when measuring latency. As data travels from device to a server, data must travel across multiple hops, and more hops increase latency.
  2. The farther you are from MEGA’s storage servers, the longer latency you’ll experience. Latency can explain the disparity you may see between a speed test result and your actual MEGA speed. It is not possible to compare the performance of a provider transferring to local servers (using domestic bandwidth from ISP) with performance transferring to MEGA’s servers, which may be located farther from you (using international bandwidth from ISP).

In addition to the factors described above, the following also plays a role in performance:

  1. Traffic/Packet shaping and Bandwidth limits: ISPs and other organisations set limits on the amount of network traffic allotted to a service or prioritise bandwidth for certain services.
  2. Network Congestion: Too much traffic on a particular network (congestion) impacts connection speed.
  3. The age of your computer and RAM capacity.

Tips to improve your upload / download performance in a web browser :

Login to your account and go to Menu - My Account - Advanced - Transfers

  1. Increase the number of parallel upload connections to 6 if you are uploading lots of small files.
  2. Increase the number of parallel download connections to 6 if you are downloading lots of small files.
  3. Set the Upload speed limit to None.

Tips to improve your upload / download performance in MEGAsync :

  • If the synchronisation is very slow, enable Show notifications in the Account tab of the Preferences/Settings dialog to see if MEGAsync shows any informative message about problems downloading or uploading files.

  • Go to the Bandwidth tab of the Preferences/Settings dialog and:

  1. Tick the check box Don’t use HTTP as your ISP might be caching connections to MEGA’s servers.
  2. Increase the number of parallel upload connections to 6 if you are uploading lots of small files.
  3. Increase the number of parallel download connections to 6 if you are downloading lots of small files.
  4. Set the Upload rate limit to Auto , or if you are already using that, change it to Don’t limit .
  5. Set the Download rate limit to Don’t limit .

If any of the tips above have not helped, we suggest to enquire with your ISP and get them to check all connection points between you and MEGA servers.

You should use Megasync it’s better than direct downloading.

And for other sites you’re talking, as I said they might impose speed limit for free users, you can read their FAQ to find out transfer rate they provide, else your ISP limiting speed considering such matters that written above.

Good luck! :+1:

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Haadi bro
This is Google peering system.

So you can use below method for downloading whatever you want :ok_hand:

Use Google colab to download anything to Google drive then you can download high speed your files from Gdrive.
It’s very easy.

Visit:- https://colab.research.google.com/notebooks/intro.ipynb

CODE
from google.colab import drive
drive.mount(‘/content/gdrive’)

CODE
import requests
file_url = “http://us.download.nvidia.com/Windows/442.74/442.74-desktop-win10-64bit-international-dch-whql.exe

r = requests.get(file_url, stream = True)

with open(“/content/gdrive/My Drive/442.74-desktop-win10-64bit-international-dch-whql.exe”, “wb”) as file:
for block in r.iter_content(chunk_size = 1024):
if block:
file.write(block)

Note:- make new notebook and use above codes.

Tutorial link:-. https://www.geeksforgeeks.org/download-anything-to-google-drive-using-google-colab/amp/

I am using above method for downloading whatever I want for high speed download files.

Another ways to torrents download to Google drive directly. Using magnet links or torrent file.

Visit:- https://colab.research.google.com/github/FKLC/Torrent-To-Google-Drive-Downloader/blob/master/Torrent_To_Google_Drive_Downloader.ipynb

Enjoy Thanks

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Your ISP maybe throttling u can try VPN to Bypass it…It should work

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Thanks alot

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