Starts me wondering if my visitors from Denmark and Austria have anything to do with this. Their connection did say they were using Winamp though..
Doubtful they were a problem. (Assuming you mean stream rippers on your server.) There's not much else they can do but "listen" and "record."
If these happenings were very random, I'd say work w/ your ISP. I dealt with this for 2 years w/ an old IPS. They cam out and replaced the modem 4 times, the line between my office and the pole twice, never solved it. But mine were MUCH more random. I could go for a month or two without an issue and the my outgoing speeds would drop to below dial-up level. It would last anywhere from a few minutes to a few hours, then mysteriously disappear, so it could never be duplicated when I could actually schedule a tech to the office.
Eventually it took a major accident out by the highway that took out a junction box of theirs... it was replaced the next day, and never had the issue again.
I don't see this as your problem though.
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