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9-09-2010 @ 4:09PM
I would recommend against talking about using SSH tunnelling to speed up connections, as some ISPs are noticing increased traffic on the port (22), assuming since it's not a standard web port (80), it must be torrents, and throttling it. I've seen some file transfers lately be much slower over scp (which uses SSH) than wget (which uses HTTP). Admittedly, the only one I've noticed this with is Rogers in Canada, who provided the basis for the Box Network executives on Futurama.
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