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Download speed issue #104
Get full of my speed connection in dowload or youtube, stream...
I can get my full speed connection in a speedtest (80-100mbps)
Steps to Reproduce the Problem
Without info, I can't reproduce and fix anything...
I use Raspberry Pi 3 Model B Rev 1.2 (openmptcprouter v0.27 r7308-ebe1216c7c) for router at home
For me :
I don't know if this is can helf, but I found a same problem in overthebox's user, it's a loadbalancing ping problem ... If you want i can send an URL where somme people have the same problem and the solution...
they always have same configuration: 1 x 4G and 1 x ADSL conection
I apply the line fix, reload the sysctl config on modem and see the results.
For all, i will get the same limitation : 25 Mbps.
Latency is stable at 33ms on wan1 and 39 on wan2.
I am using openmptcprouter v0.29.1-1 and OpenMPCTProuter VPS 0.40 but it was the same on every version I tried.
It seems to be a little bit faster with ShadowSocks off (and Glorytun TCP as fallback) :
With Glorytun UDP as fallback it is again a little bit faster :
This is a really strange behavior, I feared my router was the issue so I tried in an intel nuc and the result was similar.
I tried a few times changing the congestion control without too much success but this time I did it on the VPS (I don't know why I haven't thought about this before) via :
The result is a lot better :
Very good (78Mb/s). Not sure if we can do better with your connection.
Thanks for all your tests and thanks to all others people that help here. Need more tests, but this seems to be the good way to solve this issue.
All Wan :
Seems good with big variations (perharps the two LTE connections at this time).
Wan1 (ADSL) :
root@OpenMPTCProuter:~# omr-test-speed wan1
Ok at start (full bandwith) then :
% Total % Received % Xferd Average Speed Time Time Time Current
Wan 2 (LTE) :
**root@OpenMPTCProuter:~# omr-test-speed wan2
2 10.0G 2 239M 0 0 846k 0 3:26:30 0:04:49 3:21:41 672k**
Big variation in download rates
Wan 3 (LTE):
root@OpenMPTCProuter:~# omr-test-speed wan3
Seems better, more stable connection
Didn't find latency for each Wan on status page ...
Usualy i get approximatively 20Mbps for each LTE connection, max for my ADSL is 5.5Mbps.
While an Ubuntu image download, it's not quite good :
wan2 | Actuellement : | 6.17 Mbit/s(789.63 kB/s) | Moyenne : | 30.27 kbit/s(3.78 kB/s) | Pointe : | 8.58 Mbit/s(1.07 MB/s)
And eventually the router crash.
If I ignore the crash (and use only real speed), aggregation seems quite good.
What are the result if you set back olia in MPTCP interface and
Failed to execute call dispatcher target for entry '/admin/system/openmptcprouter/interfaces_status'.
hum ! directory /etc/shadowsocks/config.json does not exist ...
It's seem that shadowsock was not installed by the script.
i retry an install of the vps with the script...
... well, still no /etc/shadowsocks/config.json BUT i have a /etc/shadowsocks-libev/config.json
Do i need the same method on the VPS and on the router ? i suppose so ...
OK after a VPS reboot, all good now .. :D
But download of the ubuntu image still very slow :( . Anyway, thanks for all.