Any way to bypass filesharing sites wait times

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  1. gifi4
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    gifi4 How am I a 'New Member'?

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    Is there any way to bypass filesharing sites wait times when you have a static IP? (without paying for a premium account, if possible)
     
  2. Evo.lve

    Evo.lve All that you could be.

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    Have you tried jDownloader?
     
  3. gifi4
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    gifi4 How am I a 'New Member'?

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    No, but, in order for it to reset your router/modem, you cannot have a static IP... Is that the case for Jdownloader or not?
     
  4. Quanno

    Quanno GBAtemp Fan

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    With a static IP it's nearly (or is) impossible, but then jDownloader can be usefull to get these steps automated. jDownloader starts the download when possible.
     
  5. gifi4
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    gifi4 How am I a 'New Member'?

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    Can anyone confirm this?
     
  6. Sonic0509

    Sonic0509 Sometimes I'm Maryushi3

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    You can always try proxy
     
  7. gifi4
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    gifi4 How am I a 'New Member'?

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    Good suggestion but proxies are so damn slow, it wouldn't be worth the hassle, any answers to my above question?
     
  8. Dter ic

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    real-debrid isn't free but it is so damm cheap, only 3 euro's

    it's a site which supports over 60+ hosts
     
  9. tj_cool

    tj_cool Site dev

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    Without a proxy, I doubt it's possible.

    JDownloader can reset the connection, but if you have a static IP, that won't do anything (believe me, I've tried many times [​IMG])
     
  10. Evo.lve

    Evo.lve All that you could be.

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    Btw TJ, shouldn't it be Wi(k)i Supervisor now? [​IMG]

    OT: nothing really with a static IP.
     
  11. Originality

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    Bypassing wait times... programs like CryptLoad, jDownloader and MiPony all automate the process for you, but if that's not good enough...

    a) contact your ISP and see if you can get them to switch you to a dynamic IP, then figure out how to get your router to restart and refresh your IP.
    b) if you're stuck on static IP, consider using proxies. Different types of proxies provide different levels of result - they're not ALL slow. You might even consider setting up your own proxy (using a friend's internet connection).
    c) if proxies don't work well enough for you, consider actually paying for premium. You can get a few friends to chip in towards the cost and share the user/pass between you so you all get the benefits. That's what I did for MU and RS, and it only cost me 50p for each.
    d) find mirrors for your files. If you're downloading large files from forums/newsgroups, ask them to set up mirrors so even when you hit your limit, you can just carry on with another host site.
    e) a while ago there used to be a "semi proxy" trick. The proxy would establish the connection, then redirect the actual download to you (directly, not through the proxy). I don't think it works anymore though, since it's been long enough for host sites to get wise to it and update their plugins.

    f) endure. Wait for the waiting times like you're supposed to and find something else to do in the meanwhile (like read a book or play a game).

    If it were just for videos and not data files, I would suggest plugins like Illitimux.
     
  12. snake7beckham

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    Google "Rapidleech servers"
     
  13. Aijelsop

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    Try Ultrasurf, idk if it will work, but it's a proxy type program, but turns on the filter when you open the program. I think it might work, it's mainly used to bypass blocking filters at schools to access say YouTube.