Derek Ragona wrote:
At 01:17 PM 6/25/2008, Andrei Brezan wrote:
Hello list :)
I have a problem with my so called server, i'm using FreeBSD
7.0-RELEASE. I connect to it trough ssh because i'm not in that
location. Everything is ok i'm using /usr/sbin/ppp to connect to the
internet as i have a pppoe account with static ip from my ISP. The
problem is that on the FreeBSD box i have download/upload speeds
between 30k/s and 150k/s wich is really low. I've checked with a
laptop(windows) at that location and i got a download/upload speed
~6MB/s (advertised by the ISP), so it's a really big difference.
Here's my ppp.conf file:
set log Phase
set device PPPoE:rl0:
set mtu 1492
set mru 1492
set speed sync
set authname "********"
set authkey "******"
add! default HISADDR
I've tried to play with several options here as:
disable acfcomp protocomp
but with no result. Everything is ok except the speed. If there is
anyone who can at least point me in the right direction please do so.
P.S. I have to mention that i use pf as firewall but even with pfctl
-d i get nowhere.
Thanks in advace ...
310280 Arad - Romania
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I would first try replacing the ethernet with a better one. You's has a
realtek which is about the worst. It is a cheap and easy thing to try.
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Thank you for your reply. You were right, wasn't ppp related, changed
the nic and no goes with 5~6MB/s.
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