Ot: Router configuration
steve at holmesgrown.com
Thu Jun 17 12:24:45 EDT 2004
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That machine is running a 2.4.22 kernel with 32 meg of memory and
since it is a 2.4 kernel, iptables is being used. I never messed with
any priority schemes - frankly really haven't learned how yet:). I've
wondered about priortizing packets or something. I'm pretty much
using default buffer sizes on the ifconfig configurations too. I just
thought I could speed things up some given that others in the general
area get faster throughput. Though those people don't live right in
my personal neighborhood either.
Someone else commented that machine speed shouldn't impact network
speeds and I didn't think so either but figured "who knows?" the
packet forwarding and such would take some proccesser power I would
think; hence my questions in the first place.
On Thu, Jun 17, 2004 at 08:04:38AM -0600, Dawes, Stephen wrote:
> It may not be the router, but the amount of band with and/or priority
> you have assigned to ftp.
> it may also be the kernel you are using on the router.
> Are you using iptables or ipchains?
> How much memory is in the router box?
> These are all questions that can impact the performance.
> Steve Dawes
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