FYI : IPCOP currently sets to masqurading. i am not using the squid
facility right now.
On Fri, Jun 29, 2012 at 8:18 PM, Muhammad Yousuf Khan <firstname.lastname@example.org> wrote:
> On Fri, Jun 29, 2012 at 7:58 PM, Tom Grace
> <email@example.com> wrote:
>> On 29/06/12 14:15, Muhammad Yousuf Khan wrote:
>>> i have done some test and here are some details and results
>>> *i am using two machine
>>> 1, Gateway IPcop (linux)
>>> 2. Debian lenny (squid)
>>> i am using download manager to download a 50MB file.
>>> when i do it VIA IPCOP my download *burst rate up to 270 KB
>>> not ping delay and other can also brows easily.
>>> Squid on Lenny
>>> VIA SQuid (proxy mode) my download reach 365 which is full throughput
>>> and faster then IPCOP but
>>> ping delay reach 4000 which is considered almost near to death.
>>> and no other users can browse and getting time out message on there browser.
>>> i think this shows that issue is with squid box and i don't know
>>> weather i have to tweak the squid or TCP buffer or anything
>> You may want to throttle the connection in Squid. It seems like the
>> connection is saturated, though under normal circumstances it that
>> wouldn't cause the level of trouble that you are seeing. It might be
>> worth investigating the settings on the IPCOP box.
>> Your theory about buffers could well be correct, but probably the
>> simplest thing to do is limit the maximum speed to around 95% of the
>> available bandwidth (may require some experimentation).
> for that i have to read 3 delaypools
, means lots of testing..............
> is there anyway or utility which can help me in this regard on OS level.
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