30%!!! that is very bad.. if you upgrade to the latest beta of Azureus
(b53) you will be SWAMPED with errors about network disconnects.. it
still runs and you can get a lot of throughput, but you are constantly
loosing connections and getting snubbed by others because of your lossy
network.. I advise trying to find a way around this amazing amount of
Norman H. Azadian wrote:
> I'm running 1.11 on the latest WRAP, and I'm getting more like 30%
> lossage. Azureus is continuously pumping about 100KByte/sec through
> it to my 1200/200 ADSL, but all load averages are 0.00.
> Norman H. Azadian Taegerishalde 13 CH-3110 Muensingen
> norman at azadian dot ch tel: +41 31 721 7855 fax: +41 31 55 898 55
> Bryan Marc Schaubach wrote:
>> Well, my brother runs version 1.11 on his 4xx mhz machine with 64mb of
>> ram and he also reported 20% packet loss.. so to answer your question..
>> yes, at least in these two cases .. but my brother's computer is awfully
>> slow (I think 433 or 466mhz) .. so his might actually be as a result of
>> the computer itself.. but his is pentium class, not 486.
>> Sorry I cannot help you further.. if you have a 1.11 system available, I
>> would be interested in knowing if this happens to you too.
>> Michael Iedema wrote:
>>>> With that said, I have had a good relationship with the ease and
>>>> functionality of m0n0wall. So from there, I have been using the
>>>> up until 1.2b5 .. when I upgraded to b6 my computer would give a seg
>>>> fault on loading -- I guess my celeron 933 was just too outdated for
>>>> it?? oh well.. not to worry, I liked b5.. it worked great until....
>>> Did the same thing happen with a release version? Up until the 5.x
>>> switch the beta's were almost always rock solid. It was stated on the
>>> list that these would be rough. I'm just wondering if you could
>>> reproduce any of these problems on a release version.
>>> You obviously had different needs than m0n0wall could deliver. That's
>>> OK, I'm just wondering if this is anything that the team should be
>>> looking at.
>>> --Michael I.
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