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Getting better upload/seeding speeds with deluge

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Hi All,


I'm running Torguard VPN on an Ubuntu Dedicated Server in an Amsterdam data center.  The server has 100 megabit nic.  When connected to the VPN I consistently get 60 megabits down and 40 megabits up, when connecting to various servers around using speedtest.net client.  So it seems like I have good connectivity through the vpn.  However, when seeding with deluge I never get more than about 2 or 3 megabits upload total.  I'm seeding about 30 files for a total of about 700 Gigs of storage.  When I look directly on the tracker most of the files have between 10 and 30 leechers.  However, deluge normally only reports 1 or 2 current peers, if any at all.  I have max connections set to 500, but the most connections I ever get is about 20.  I have port forwarding enabled and deluge indicates that the port forwarding is working. Most items in preferences I have set to -1 (unlimited).


I see some odd behavior with peers.  If my IP address from Torguard is about half of my peers are from, which is odd, it  seems like there is some type of reverse nat going on there, but not sure why.  


Any thoughts on how to increase my upload speeds with deluge?  Thanks!

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