Can I limit bandwidth when running in /console mode

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Can I limit bandwidth when running in /console mode

I do not see a switch in the documentation that will allow me to limit the upload speed as exists in the GUI. I would like to run a batch sync in the background at a slow enough speed so that it does not affect my online speed. In other words, as a cable modem user, I have a limited amount of upload capacity to the internet and winscp is so efficient that it can use it all and, therefore, I would like to limit it on my windows xp machine.

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Re: Can I limit bandwidth when running in /console mode

Added to TODO list.
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Has this been done yet?
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does is a far plugin support bandwidth limit?
Yes, since 1.6.1.
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Speed - unlimited?

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Yes. This request is tracked here.

Hi, Can I use the 'unlimited' like in the GUI instead of a kibps? Meaning I would like the application to utilize the maximum bandwidth available.

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Shiv wrote:

Hi, Can I use the 'unlimited' like in the GUI instead of a kibps? Meaning I would like the application to utilize the maximum bandwidth available.
Use empty value or 0. Though unlimited is the default. So you may not need to do anything.
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Shiv wrote:

Hi, Can I use the 'unlimited' like in the GUI instead of a kibps? Meaning I would like the application to utilize the maximum bandwidth available.
Use empty value or 0. Though unlimited is the default. So you may not need to do anything.

Thank you very much this helps!

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