"Sleep X Seconds" notification means Nav.Net detected a connection problem and paused Fusker Generator. After X seconds Nav.Net will check if connection is alive. It will repeat this test until connection problem ends. When it successfully connects to server it will continue fuskering.
- For example you've started a file download while FG (Fusker Generator) working . Probably your download manager will use your whole bandwidth and no more bandwith left for FG to operate. In this case FG will pause fuskering and continue after your download ends.
- You've created too many threads and you don't have enough bandwith to create additional connections. In this case lower you max threads number. Luckily Nav.Net 4.2 has an awesome Connection Optimizer feature. It is enabled by default and while FG running it will increase Max Threads number automatically if your bandwith permits. It means as FG runs it will increase or decrease its speed depending on your bandwith condition.
If you are not familiar with FG settings don't change them. FG will run as fast as it can.
Your software firewall, antivirus software or router firewall settings can affect Nav.Net performance. If you notice sudden stops or connection protector activates frequently most probably your firewall blocking Nav.Net. Nav.Net should create many server connections to increase fuskering performance but some modem / router firewalls forbids that. Normally you can change these settings but if you are not sure what you are doing never disable your firewall protection. You have 2 options.
1. If your firewall permits add an exception for Nav.Net application. But don't forget most modems / routers have built-in firewalls so configuring your software firewall might not be enough.
2. Leave everything as is. Nav.Net connection protector should recover from that block in 2 or 3 minutes. If you activate high speed fuskering mode leave your computer alone.
For security reasons I won't give detailed information about firewalls. Only experienced users should alter their protection settings.