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Hey guys it's been a while! So I've had a subscription to NordVPN for almost a year now. I've never had a single issue with speed, connectivity, etc....until now. This past week, I've tried to download a variety of files via p2p. These files (varying in size--some rather small ones @ about 6gb) have yet to finish even after 9 days downloading...which leads me to ask if anyone knows anything that I don't. If you're not aware, Nord has a client gui that will allow you to select your server with ease. It has specialty servers for p2p, etc. Regardless of which server I select--be it a U.S. based close to me, or a server in another part of the world, I get really good speeds for only 20-30 seconds and it drops to a measly 50-80kbps! It will stay this way indefinitely. I have contacted them at least four times now. They directed me thru the process of adding their dns addresses, etc, etc...typical stuff that I had already done a LONG time ago, but I did it again just to be positive. I have contacted my ISP, and since--of course they say "they don't throttle"--I'm at a loss for what to do. It's gotten so bad I'm just avoiding p2p at all costs..which is unfortunate because some content can only be found via p2p. So my tl;dr here is: Does anyone know if they're (Nord) just lying to me and maybe they're having service issues they aren't telling me about? Are the servers they use typical ones that are used by other VPN companies? Maybe it's just traffic that's heavy for some reason? Do you have any tricks I can try? Edit: I am using Windows 10 Pro. I have, of course, reset my modem and router, rebooted my computer, etc. I have already tried some typical Windows command line network resets, e.g--netsh, winsock, etc. I have tried multiple torrent clients.
On Average Post your Monthly internet usage for your home if you can pull the stats via router or ISP's web panel, I cant post mine (yet) as i changed/upgraded my router ~5 days ago, and ate up so far 1.3TB of data, screenshots preferred for proof