What you need to know about a shared Seedbox
Having a shared server can be cheap but confusing at the same time. The most common question about sharing a Seedbox are usually based on software issues. For instance, if you are sharing a 1 terabyte space with some other users, does it mean that when you download stuff they all go to the same location? A shared server only means you are using the same software, with different data transfer limitations and allocated storage. You do not have access to check file uploads and downloads by other users and you also don’t need to create any space for other people’s files. This way, you have your private interface where only you can see the file transfer. If you have agreed to share one subscription with multiple individuals, then the data, storage and files are accessible and visible to all.
Basically, you have two types of services; unmanaged and managed. Manages servers come as advertised, when you buy the service, the company will give you the specifications you pay for. They are also responsible for all the operations. You may also want to buy from a reseller. Note that the server may not be able to deliver the speeds that were advertised. You may have a hard time getting full speeds when uploading and downloading stuff from your home computers. Unmanaged servers like rentals are mostly run by people who are in control of the space. Using the space with multiple people will not have many difficult limits. When the trackers are private, you can benefit from the very high speeds. You can also face a restriction on connection when the main users takes up the bandwidth for bigger downloads on the same network. You may not require it much if you are constrained to your home; people who travel a lot will find it more convenient than not.