04 December 2010

Tip for GPRS, ISDN, EDGE Slow and slowest internet connection Downloads

My self is in on a GPRS like (44kb/s) average and 240 kb/s peak slow band internet online in Germany Region North East Oberpfalz, Bavaria where the infrastructure is very low and time is since a decade standing still.

Here some tips to reduce Download timeouts from http direct downloads which are sometimes happen by larger files (15 to 160 MB - the largest file I ever downloaded (a half night long). On this internet here back in Germany, in other words from 12 mb/s ADSL 2+ in the jungle in South East Asia to less than half a mb in the woods in northern Bavaria (South Germany)- isdn doesn't help if i just want the phone landline for internet. I mean ADSL2+ on analog lines as used in Australia and Northern Countries in ranges up to over 25 km will be much better as crappy DSL with ISDN where 15 or even 18 km is a big problem to bridge with low power Fritz endrouters/modem:

Use Mirrors.

Add free CDN Mirrors to one file:

For example your download url is:




as file mirrors if no others to found with the same filename/size.

Good luck to get in the next years faster internet! Here is still no faster DSL as maximum 1,36 MB in planing for prices as high as for the smallest possible 6 mb/s packages in this times. In other words I should pay the price for 6 MB and get 1,36 Maximum.


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