Joined: 24 Aug 2009 Posts: 2070 Location: South Florida
Posted: Fri Oct 15, 2010 17:44 Post subject:
Asus RT-N16 running Samba 22.214.171.124.
After a reboot (with a fresh memory allocation and not using swap) I get anywhere from 5.5MB/s to 8MB/s on wired connection. If it is multiple files/folder, I get less speed. If it is just a single file I have seen speeds of 8.8MB/s.
From wireless I never exceed 2MB/s.
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Asus RT-N16 x5
wrong. As you read others reach 8-10 mb/s without these.
Actually, all these socket options are counterproductive. Defaults/parameter autotuning will work best.
TCP_NODELAY/IPTOS_LOWDELAY is only useful for very small files (<1 kb), in general throughput will be degradred.
SO_KEEPALIVE is non-sense, because there are most likey no middle-nodes / NAT boxes involved. it just adds aditonal overhead.
changed BUF sizes are not useful because the bandwidth-delay product is so small that these wont get filled anyways (and instead just waste memory) _________________ Router: WNDR3300 (wl0: n-Only 5Ghz, WPA2-AES, wl1: g-Only, WPA-Mixed-Mixed)
WDS Node 1: WNDR3300 (wl0: n-Only 5Ghz, WPA2-AES, WDS-connected Router, wl1: g-Only WPA-Mixed-Mixed)
WDS Node 2: WRT54GL (g-Only, WPA-Mixed-Mixed WDS-connected to Router)
Modem: Cisco EPC3202
clients: Notebook 1, D-Link 323, PS3 Slim, Kathrein UFC960 connected to WDS Node 1 via Gigabit Switch. Notebook 2, Deskjet 6980 connected to WDS Node 2