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Does MyRepublic throttle the network?
Updated over a week ago

The short answer: No.

Throttling typically involves an Internet Service Provider (ISP) imposing bandwidth limits on traffic associated with BitTorrent or P2P.

At MyRepublic, our network is managed through a flexible traffic data prioritization system. This means that P2P file-sharing applications can operate at their maximum speed, as long as they don't disrupt higher-priority applications like video streaming or gaming.

With this adaptive system, there's no need for us to enforce a fixed limit on BitTorrent download speed.

In simple terms, if the MyRepublic network has the capacity, your BitTorrent can run at 50Mb/s, 500Mb/s, or whatever speed the available seeds, your computer, and connection allow. 🌐💻🚀

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