In message <_A3302@delegate-en.ML_> on 06/12/06(08:19:53) I wrote:
|In message <_A3299@delegate-en.ML_> on 06/11/06(23:31:58)
|you Martin Papadopoulos <firstname.lastname@example.org> wrote:
| |when establishing a sockmux tunnel , the network performance is very low.
| |on a regular internet-connection 4096kbit/512kbit the downstream from
| |the sockmux server is max 768kbit/sec.
| |if you need more info's on this , let me know
|I know SockMux is slow when it is used remotely and wish the speed up
|of it too as a user of it :) It'll be tuned in DeleGate version 9.X.
In DeleGate/9.2.4-pre11, I expanded the size of the SockMux packet
from 512 bytes to 16K bytes. It improved the performance (throughput)
of SockMux about ten times, from 150Kbytes/sec to 1.5Mbytes/sec for
example and it has come to be usable for me to transfer large files
for backup and mirroring between my office and my home :)
And I noticed that the throughput of SockMux is bound to about 5Mbytes/sec
even when connected on the same host with a loopback device, on my
iMac with 1GHz single PPC.
On my MacMini with 2GH dual IntelCPU, it is about 40Mbytes/sec.
Maybe the performance is bound by the "Credhy Encryption" for each
packet, so it should be able to be disabled partially and optionally.
#You can reduce the size of packet to emulate the old version as this:
9 9 Yutaka Sato <email@example.com> http://delegate.org/y.sato/
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