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SubjectRe: Slow PPP?
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Amazingly enough Steve Davies said:
> I just tried an experiment to check the throughput (using ftp) between my
> host and my ISP. Firstly in Windoze 3.1, and then in Linux (1.3.77). My
> modem is a USR Sportster 28.8K internal ISA-bus, connecting to my ISP at
> 28.8k (serial port set spd_vhi, 115,200 baud, h/w handshake)
>
> 100Kb test file Winsock ppp-2.2.0e
> -----------------------------------------------------------------
> /pub/test/emptyfile (compressible) 6.24 Kb/s 3.80 Kb/s (-40%)
> /pub/test/fullfile (non-compressible) 3.11 Kb/s 2.80 Kb/s (-10%)

Which end did you take the timings from? I assume the ISP end.
If not, these numbers are meaningless.

With cslip, and 1.3.80, over masquerade, I'm getting 3.5 Kb/s
with random data.

What happens if you do NOT set serial port to spd_vhi? I've
never done that. I still don't see a reason to do it. Then
again, I don't use the computer with the modem attached for much
else, so the time spent talking to the modem isn't that important
for me.

mrc
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mcastle@cs.umr.edu and be right all the time, or not work at all
mcastle@umr.edu and be right at least twice a day. -- mrc
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