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Slooow file transfers

Discussion in 'DD-WRT Firmware' started by jlw, Apr 4, 2005.

  1. jlw

    jlw Network Guru Member

    I just flashes my wrt54gs with dd-wrt latesr version... and file transfers are slooow!! about 600-1,2mb/sek.... hyperwrt i downloaded 2,4 mbyte/sek
     
  2. jagboy

    jagboy Network Guru Member

    someone is going to correct me on this but i think that since dd-wrt is ful of features it takes cpu power. somebody correct me on this one i am not 2 sure. :?
     
  3. jlw

    jlw Network Guru Member

    Mem Info : total used free shared buffers Mem: 30308 14420 15888 0 1412 Swap: 0 0 0 Total: 30308 14420 15888



    Does it look good or bad? hate numbers
     
  4. dellsweig

    dellsweig Network Guru Member

    It might be easier to know if the router is basically default or if many of the additional features have been enabled by the user??

    You could telnet to the router and to a 'top' to see if any one process is monopolizing the CPU or memory
     
  5. BrainSlayer

    BrainSlayer Network Guru Member

    if you want the speed like hyperwrt. just change the max tcp connections to 512 like hyperwrt it does. default its 4096. you can do this changes in the administration->management interface
     
  6. dellsweig

    dellsweig Network Guru Member

    Brian

    What are the trade-offs here. I assume by setting the max connections, the kernel will allocate mode buffers - use more memory for connection (open socket) management. There has to be some guidelines for those looking for pure performance vrs those looking for max connections for P2P.

    As an experiment, I set mine to 2048. I am no longer getting reboots when doing large internal (WLAN to LAN) file transfers. What ACUTALLY suffers if I set the max connections lower??

    Does anyone know or are we 'pissing in the wind'??

    From the hyperwrt changelog - they were on to something here:


    HyperWRT 2.0

    Removed concurrent connection & tcp timeout patch (caused instability on certain WRT54G(s) hardware)
    Added some useful busybox utils

    HyperWRT 2.0b4

    Increased maximum concurrent connections from 1024 to 4096
    TCP Timeout has been optimized
    Minor bugfixes and enhancements




    Dan
     
  7. jlw

    jlw Network Guru Member

    03:55:07 up 13:49, load average: 4.43, 3.97, 3.58
    When i downloading a huge file in ~1000 kb/sek... cant get faster speed.. beh
     
  8. dellsweig

    dellsweig Network Guru Member

    Just an update....

    Dereasing the max tcp connection counter to 2048 seems to have made a marked change in my performace.

    My file transfer speed has always been good but my WDS station configured WRT54G no longer re-boots when doing large wired/wire file moves like installing a file from a shared drive from a wireless PC. If I set this back to 4096, the router re-boot every time. Back to 2048, no reboots.

    I wonder there the TCP and UDP timeout values come into play..

    BTW: NO P2P in my network
     
  9. BrainSlayer

    BrainSlayer Network Guru Member

    increasing tcp connection increases also the memory usage. maybe your router is simply out of memory. i found out that the WRT reboots if the memory is full or too low
     
  10. dellsweig

    dellsweig Network Guru Member

    Brian

    Do you have any idea what the optimum TCP and UDP timeout values are?? IS there any relation to setting these values and the optimum settings for max connections??

    I do agree the re-boots many are seeing are due to the router out of memory. Like I said in an earlier post, all the settings we make on these devices are trade-offs - some for performance, some for features. The trade-off is the actual resources (memory, CPU). I am just trying to get a good understandings of what we are trading, where the breaking points are.

    We know when we increase transmitter power, the radio chipset gets hot. Just as we have qauntified this - I am looking to quantify how other settings effect the device. Understanding this WILL help alot of folks out there who get unexplained reboots and lockups

    Dan

    Moving this to a new thread - less restrictive topic

    http://www.linksysinfo.org/modules.php?name=Forums&file=viewtopic&t=3999
     
  11. BrainSlayer

    BrainSlayer Network Guru Member

    the tcp/udp timeout setting is related to the max connection setting. each tcp connection which is alive is stored in the ip table which is controled by the max setting. so far i see it will be deleted after this time is over. or the connection was closed by another way. please note that these connections also can be established after one side has closed the connection. from the default this value is often configured up to a week which is a little bit too much for me. thats why i introduced the possiblity to configure it
     
  12. BrainSlayer

    BrainSlayer Network Guru Member

    you can look into this table by using cat /proc/net/ip_conntrack

    the count of connections
    cat /proc/net/ip_conntrack|wc -l

    you will see that you can't establish new connections if this count reaches the configured maximum
     
  13. jlw

    jlw Network Guru Member

    My wrt54gs goes crazy while downloading from my internal network. I cant even login to the router without waiting like 40-50 sek. Its slooooow!! I have made a factory reset. With WEP i downloading in ~1200 mb/sek and without ~1650 mb/sek. Its went alot faster with other firmware. But I like this one more becous of all the features and the info page. :) is there any services that I can shut of that eat cpu?


    Mem Info : total used free shared buffers Mem: 30308 12596 17712 0 1332 Swap: 0 0 0 Total: 30308 12596 17712


    16:13:13 up 33 min, load average: 1.51, 1.15, 0.79 while downloading... dohh
     
  14. BrainSlayer

    BrainSlayer Network Guru Member

    did you set your tcp max connections to 512 like we already said in this topic?
     
  15. jlw

    jlw Network Guru Member

    Yes... No difference....

    Here is a ps -aux:

    ~ # ps -aux
    PID Uid VmSize Stat Command
    1 root 840 S init noinitrd
    2 root SW [keventd]
    3 root RWN [ksoftirqd_CPU0]
    4 root SW [kswapd]
    5 root SW [bdflush]
    6 root SW [kupdated]
    10 root SW [mtdblockd]
    90 root 876 S httpd -d /www
    94 root 640 S httpd -S -d /www
    7766 root 316 S resetbutton
    7792 root 304 S /usr/sbin/telnetd
    7793 root 332 S tftpd -s /tmp -c -l
    7805 root 460 S /usr/sbin/nas /tmp/nas.lan.conf /tmp/nas.lan.pid lan
    7809 root 316 S /sbin/wland
    7953 root 320 S udhcpd /tmp/udhcpd.conf
    7960 root 356 S dnsmasq --conf-file /tmp/dnsmasq.conf
    8029 root 312 S process_monitor
    8032 root 328 S /usr/sbin/cron
    8075 root 300 S udhcpc -i vlan1 -p /var/run/udhcpc.pid -s /tmp/udhcpc
    8076 root 532 S -sh
    8077 root 352 R ps -aux






    ~ # cat /proc/net/ip_conntrack|wc -l
    105
     
  16. Wired57

    Wired57 Network Guru Member

    lol, thats nothing.

    ~ # ps aux
    PID Uid VmSize Stat Command
    1 root 728 S init noinitrd
    2 root SW [keventd]
    3 root RWN [ksoftirqd_CPU0]
    4 root SW [kswapd]
    5 root SW [bdflush]
    6 root SW [kupdated]
    10 root SW [mtdblockd]
    27 root SWN [jffs2_gcd_mtd4]
    98 root 712 S httpd -d /www
    103 root 548 S httpd -S -d /www
    2366 root 392 S /jffs/bin/miau -d /jffs/usr/miau/
    28013 root 316 S resetbutton
    28041 root 280 S /usr/sbin/telnetd
    28043 root 384 S /sbin/syslogd -R 10.0.0.1
    28047 root 332 S tftpd -s /tmp -c -l
    28048 root 320 S /sbin/klogd
    28065 root 316 S /sbin/wland
    28112 root 400 S dropbear -r /tmp/root/.ssh/ssh_host_rsa_key -d /tmp/r
    28116 root 1264 S /usr/sbin/snmpd -c /var/snmp/snmpd.conf
    28140 root 284 S udhcpd /tmp/udhcpd.conf
    28157 root 376 S dnsmasq --conf-file /tmp/dnsmasq.conf
    28249 root 400 S process_monitor
    28257 root 340 S /usr/sbin/cron
    28294 root 304 S udhcpc -i vlan1 -p /var/run/udhcpc.pid -s /tmp/udhcpc
    28368 root 748 R dropbear -r /tmp/root/.ssh/ssh_host_rsa_key -d /tmp/r
    28375 root 528 S -sh
    28392 root 468 S /bin/sh /etc/config/macupd.startup
    28394 root 468 S /bin/sh /etc/config/rflow.startup
    28427 root 224 S macupd 10.0.0.6 2056 10
    28435 root 932 S < rflow -i br0 -F 10.0.0.6 2055
    28438 root 932 S rflow -i br0 -F 10.0.0.6 2055
    28442 root 932 S rflow -i br0 -F 10.0.0.6 2055
    28445 root 932 S rflow -i br0 -F 10.0.0.6 2055
    28446 root 904 S smbmount //10.0.0.1/d$ /tmp/smbshare
    28527 root 748 S /jffs/bin/kaid -d -c /tmp/kaid.conf
    28528 root 748 S /jffs/bin/kaid -d -c /tmp/kaid.conf
    28529 root 748 S /jffs/bin/kaid -d -c /tmp/kaid.conf
    28530 root 748 S /jffs/bin/kaid -d -c /tmp/kaid.conf
    28531 root 748 S /jffs/bin/kaid -d -c /tmp/kaid.conf
    28532 root 748 S /jffs/bin/kaid -d -c /tmp/kaid.conf
    28533 root 748 S /jffs/bin/kaid -d -c /tmp/kaid.conf
    28534 root 748 S /jffs/bin/kaid -d -c /tmp/kaid.conf
    28535 root 748 S /jffs/bin/kaid -d -c /tmp/kaid.conf
    28536 root 748 S /jffs/bin/kaid -d -c /tmp/kaid.conf
    28537 root 748 S /jffs/bin/kaid -d -c /tmp/kaid.conf
    28589 root 352 R ps aux
    28590 root 340 S /USR/SBIN/CRON
    28591 root 340 R /USR/SBIN/CRON
    28592 root 424 R /bin/sh -c /sbin/check_ps

    ~ # cat /proc/net/ip_conntrack|wc -l
    78

    ~ # free
    total used free shared buffers
    Mem: 30308 22124 8184 0 1672
    Swap: 0 0 0
    Total: 30308 22124 8184

    ~ # df -h
    Filesystem Size Used Available Use% Mounted on
    /dev/root 2.6M 2.6M 0 100% /
    /dev/mtdblock/4 4.3M 1.2M 3.0M 29% /jffs
    //10.0.0.1/WRT54G 39.1G 38.2G 888.0M 98% /tmp/smbshare
     
  17. jlw

    jlw Network Guru Member

    Haft fast do you transfer files via wireless?

     
  18. Wired57

    Wired57 Network Guru Member

    I was getting around 700k a second last time I checked, I should power up my notebook update it's wep key disconnect my B clients, and try it again soon.
     
  19. jlw

    jlw Network Guru Member

    is that toooo slow?






     
  20. BrainSlayer

    BrainSlayer Network Guru Member

    try to disable rflow and macupd and check again. rflow can slow down the router
     
  21. jlw

    jlw Network Guru Member


    Have testet it. Ni differ.

    Maybe I should try a reflash of the unit.

    My "load average" is very high when I have transfer some files over wireless. Then it takes like 40 sek to loginto the router....


    when I transferd a file on 70MB i get this load average: 2.29, 1.64, 1.09 ,,,,

    is that a bit high??? it took just 3 min to upload it
     
  22. Wired57

    Wired57 Network Guru Member

    800k a sec down and almost nothing up.
    ~ # free
    total used free shared buffers
    Mem: 30308 22384 7924 0 1672
    Swap: 0 0 0
    Total: 30308 22384 7924
    ~ # uptime
    04:44:06 up 6 days, 22:54, load average: 0.55, 0.46, 0.35


    I'll try disableing a few things see if it helps
    ~ # ps aux
    PID Uid VmSize Stat Command
    1 root 728 S init noinitrd
    2 root SW [keventd]
    3 root RWN [ksoftirqd_CPU0]
    4 root SW [kswapd]
    5 root SW [bdflush]
    6 root SW [kupdated]
    10 root SW [mtdblockd]
    27 root SWN [jffs2_gcd_mtd4]
    98 root 712 S httpd -d /www
    103 root 548 S httpd -S -d /www
    2366 root 396 S /jffs/bin/miau -d /jffs/usr/miau/
    28013 root 316 S resetbutton
    28041 root 280 S /usr/sbin/telnetd
    28043 root 384 S /sbin/syslogd -R 10.0.0.1
    28047 root 332 S tftpd -s /tmp -c -l
    28048 root 320 S /sbin/klogd
    28065 root 316 S /sbin/wland
    28112 root 404 S dropbear -r /tmp/root/.ssh/ssh_host_rsa_key -d /tmp/r
    28116 root 1264 S /usr/sbin/snmpd -c /var/snmp/snmpd.conf
    28140 root 292 S udhcpd /tmp/udhcpd.conf
    28157 root 396 S dnsmasq --conf-file /tmp/dnsmasq.conf
    28249 root 420 S process_monitor
    28257 root 340 S /usr/sbin/cron
    28294 root 304 S udhcpc -i vlan1 -p /var/run/udhcpc.pid -s /tmp/udhcpc
    28392 root 468 S /bin/sh /etc/config/macupd.startup
    28394 root 468 S /bin/sh /etc/config/rflow.startup
    28427 root 224 S macupd 10.0.0.6 2056 10
    28435 root 948 S < rflow -i br0 -F 10.0.0.6 2055
    28438 root 948 S rflow -i br0 -F 10.0.0.6 2055
    28442 root 948 S rflow -i br0 -F 10.0.0.6 2055
    28445 root 948 S rflow -i br0 -F 10.0.0.6 2055
    28446 root 904 S smbmount //10.0.0.1/d$ /tmp/smbshare -o username Chri
    28527 root 892 S /jffs/bin/kaid -d -c /tmp/kaid.conf
    28528 root 892 S /jffs/bin/kaid -d -c /tmp/kaid.conf
    28529 root 892 S /jffs/bin/kaid -d -c /tmp/kaid.conf
    28530 root 892 S /jffs/bin/kaid -d -c /tmp/kaid.conf
    28531 root 892 S /jffs/bin/kaid -d -c /tmp/kaid.conf
    28532 root 892 S /jffs/bin/kaid -d -c /tmp/kaid.conf
    28533 root 892 S /jffs/bin/kaid -d -c /tmp/kaid.conf
    28534 root 892 S /jffs/bin/kaid -d -c /tmp/kaid.conf
    28535 root 892 S /jffs/bin/kaid -d -c /tmp/kaid.conf
    28536 root 892 S /jffs/bin/kaid -d -c /tmp/kaid.conf
    28537 root 892 S /jffs/bin/kaid -d -c /tmp/kaid.conf
    544 root 892 S /jffs/bin/kaid -d -c /tmp/kaid.conf
    545 root 892 S /jffs/bin/kaid -d -c /tmp/kaid.conf
    546 root 892 S /jffs/bin/kaid -d -c /tmp/kaid.conf
    649 root 748 R dropbear -r /tmp/root/.ssh/ssh_host_rsa_key -d /tmp/r
    652 root 540 S -sh
    972 root 352 R ps aux
    973 root 340 S /USR/SBIN/CRON
    974 root 436 S /bin/sh -c /sbin/check_ps
    975 root 220 R /sbin/check_ps
     
  23. jlw

    jlw Network Guru Member

    Ans you are satisfied with that speed????????
     
  24. BrainSlayer

    BrainSlayer Network Guru Member

    i just see a overloaded process list. almost everything is activated so far i see + one additional installed package on the jffs drive
     
  25. jlw

    jlw Network Guru Member

    but idont have such a huge ps aux..... my transfers a still slooow
     
  26. BrainSlayer

    BrainSlayer Network Guru Member

    i need definitly more informations about this issue. can you send my a dump of "nvram show"?
     
  27. jlw

    jlw Network Guru Member

    Here it comes... I edited my password so dont try to loginto mydyndyns account or something else. ;)


    Code:
    ------------------------------------------
    
    Welcome to the GPL conform DD-WRT Firmware
    
             DD-WRT build #22-prefinal3.2 
           based on Sveasoft Alchemy RC5a 
    
              http://www.dd-wrt.com
    
    ------------------------------------------
    
    
    BusyBox v1.00 (2005.03.26-13:32+0000) Built-in shell (ash)
    Enter 'help' for a list of built-in commands.
    
    ~ # nvram show
    wl_radius_port=1812
    wl_mac_deny=
    filter_dport_grp3=
    filter_dport_grp4=
    wl_wds2_ospf=
    wl0_wds10_ospf=
    wl_ap_ssid=
    filter_dport_grp5=
    filter=on
    wan_unit=0
    wl0_net_mode=mixed
    filter_dport_grp6=
    os_ram_addr=80001000
    sv_localdns=0.0.0.0
    filter_dport_grp7=
    wl_br1_enable=0
    altdns1=
    wl0_frameburst=off
    filter_dport_grp8=
    wl_wds9_netmask=
    altdns2=
    filter_dport_grp9=
    filter_dport_grp20=
    altdns3=
    wds_watchdog_interval_sec=120
    ddns_username_2=
    log_ipaddr=0
    zebra_log=0
    boardrev=0x10
    il0macaddr=00:90:4c:5f:00:2a
    chilli_enable=0
    wl0_wds3_desc=
    wl0_wds7_ospf=
    ppp_idletime=5
    ppp_passwd=
    httpsd_enable=1
    zebra_copt=0
    wl_wds3_enable=0
    ddns_enable=1
    et0macaddr=00:0F:66:C8:89:98
    snmpd_rocommunity=public
    qos_appport1=6875
    skip_intel_check=0
    wl_radmacpassword=0
    qos_appport2=0
    wl0_wep_buf=
    ddns_hostname_buf=xxx.xxx.xxx
    d11g_mode=2
    wan_get_dns=195.67.xx.xx 195.67.xxx.xxx
    wl_wds9_enable=0
    qos_appport3=0
    boot_wait=on
    watchdog=5000
    filter_rule20=
    syslogd_rem_ip=
    wl_wds2_hwaddr=
    wl0_macmode1=disabled
    wl_phytypes=
    filter_web_host1=
    qos_appport4=0
    nas_enable=1
    action_service_arg1=
    wl0_infra=1
    filter_web_host2=
    qos_appport5=0
    startup_script=
    wl0_country_code=JP
    filter_web_host3=
    fw_disable=0
    et0mdcport=0
    qos_appport6=0
    router_name=wrt54gs
    pppoe_keepalive=0
    filter_web_host4=
    qos_appport7=0
    wl0_wds1_desc=
    wl0_wds5_ospf=
    filter_web_host5=
    qos_appport8=0
    wl_wds8_hwaddr=
    sh_masq=br0 wds0.2
    wshaper_enable=0
    wl_radportal=0
    wl0_ap_ssid=
    https_enable=0
    Intel_firmware_version=v1.41.8
    filter_web_host6=
    qos_appport9=0
    wl0_wds6_enable=0
    wl_infra=1
    filter_web_host7=
    apwatchdog_enable=0
    l2tp_get_ip=
    filter_web_host8=
    svqos_port2bw=full
    wl0_wds3_netmask=
    filter_web_host9=
    pptp_server_ip=
    ppp_get_ac=
    pmon_ver=CFE 3.61.13.0
    wl_wds1_ipaddr=
    wan_run_mtu=1500
    restore_defaults=0
    dhcpd_statics=
    wl0_wds5_hwaddr=
    wshaper_downlink=0
    ppp_username=
    wl_wds7_ipaddr=
    wl0_wds10_hwaddr=
    wan_lease=1200
    filter_port=
    sh_rules=
    ddns_enable_buf=1
    d11g_dtim=1
    firewall_script=
    ip_conntrack_tcp_timeouts=3600
    ddns_hostname=xxx.xxx.xxx
    wl_radius_ipaddr=
    http_wanport=8080
    filter_ip_grp1=
    wl0_wds7_netmask=
    wl0_wds3_ospf=
    filter_ip_grp2=
    artemis_NOS_CTR=~~
    lan_gateway=0.0.0.0
    wl0_ifname=eth1
    filter_ip_grp3=
    dr_lan_rx=0
    filter_ip_grp4=
    lan_domain=
    filter_ip_grp5=
    timer_interval=3600
    snmpd_rwcommunity=private
    wl0_wds4_ipaddr=
    filter_ip_grp6=
    gpio2=adm_eecs
    hs_html=
    log_accepted=0
    pppoe_ac=
    filter_ip_grp7=
    filter_rule1=
    gpio3=adm_eesk
    chilli_backup=0.0.0.0
    wshaper_uplink=0
    qos_devmac1=00:50:22:C8:01:C3
    hb_server_ip=
    ipsec_pass=1
    filter_ip_grp8=
    filter_rule2=
    loopback_enable=1
    qos_devmac2=00:00:00:00:00:00
    filter_ip_grp9=
    filter_rule3=
    gpio5=adm_eedi
    vlan0ports=1 2 3 4 5*
    rflow_enable=0
    schedule_minutes=00
    filter_rule4=
    gpio6=adm_rc
    qos_devmac3=00:00:00:00:00:00
    expert_mode=1
    filter_rule5=
    qos_devmac4=00:00:00:00:00:00
    port5vlans=0 1 16
    wl0_mrate=0
    filter_ip_grp10=
    filter_rule6=
    qos_devmac5=00:00:00:00:00:00
    wl0_mode=ap
    filter_rule7=
    wan_gateway=81.xxx.xxx.xxx
    filter_ip_grp11=
    qos_devmac6=00:00:00:00:00:00
    wol_passwd=
    dhcp_start=100
    filter_rule8=
    filter_ip_grp12=
    qos_devmac7=00:00:00:00:00:00
    wl0_wds1_ospf=
    filter_rule9=
    filter_ip_grp13=
    qos_devmac8=00:00:00:00:00:00
    eou_configured=1
    ident_pass=1
    wl0_ap_isolate=0
    filter_ip_grp14=
    pptpd_enable=0
    wl_mrate=0
    filter_ip_grp15=
    svqos_port4prio=10
    l2tp_server_ip=
    os_flash_addr=bfc40000
    filter_ip_grp16=
    chilli_radius=0.0.0.0
    wshaper_nopriohostsrc=
    wl0_gmode=2
    dhcp_lease=1440
    sromrev=2
    filter_ip_grp17=
    qos_devpri1=0
    filter_ip_grp18=
    wds_watchdog_ips=
    qos_devpri2=0
    filter_ip_grp19=
    boardtype=0x0101
    qos_devpri3=0
    wl_wds4_enable=0
    wl_wds2_netmask=
    is_default=0
    wl_active_add_mac=0
    qos_devpri4=0
    dnsmasq_enable=1
    kaid_macs=
    wl_gmode=2
    ping_ip=
    qos_devpri5=0
    port3vlans=0
    stats_server=
    qos_devpri6=0
    wl_wds9_desc=
    static_route=
    qos_devpri7=0
    wl_br1_nat=0
    d11g_rate=0
    qos_devpri8=0
    wl0_wep_last=
    lan_netmask=255.255.255.0
    radvd_conf=
    wl_wds3_hwaddr=
    dmz_enable=0
    wl0_wds1_enable=0
    eou_key_index=0
    wl0_dtim=1
    wl0_ssid=secret
    http_username=
    wl_wds6_netmask=
    manual_rate=0
    port_trigger=
    sh_routestopped=br0 -
    eth0 -
    eth2 -
    wds0.2 -
    qos_devname1=CoD
    filter_web_host10=
    wl_wds9_hwaddr=
    qos_devname2=
    os_date=Apr  3 2005
    filter_web_host11=
    filter_web_host12=
    qos_devname3=
    cron_enable=1
    svqos_port2prio=10
    wl0_wds7_enable=0
    http_lanport=80
    filter_web_host13=
    qos_devname4=
    wl_plcphdr=long
    filter_mac_grp1=
    filter_web_host14=
    qos_devname5=
    wl_macmode=allow
    ppp_service=
    ppp_redialperiod=30
    filter_mac_grp2=
    filter_web_host15=
    qos_devname6=
    wl_wds2_ipaddr=
    port1vlans=0
    filter_mac_grp3=
    wan_domain=
    wan_hwname=
    filter_web_host16=
    qos_devname7=
    wl_wds7_desc=
    wl0_key1=
    wl_phytype=g
    filter_mac_grp4=
    wan_netmask=255.255.255.0
    lan_lease=86400
    wl0id=0x4320
    filter_web_host17=
    qos_devname8=
    wl0_wds6_hwaddr=
    wl0_key2=
    pppoe_static_ip=
    filter_mac_grp5=
    wl_lazywds=0
    filter_web_host18=
    sel_qossmtp=0
    wl0_key3=
    filter_mac_grp6=
    filter_web_host19=
    wl0_txant=3
    sel_qospop3=0
    wl0_key4=
    filter_mac_grp7=
    wl_wds8_ipaddr=
    filter_mac_grp8=
    filter_client0=
    filter_ip_grp20=
    wshaper_nopriohostdst=
    filter_mac_grp9=
    filter_maclist=
    chilli_url=https://set.me.now
    pptp_pass=1
    pptp_get_ip=
    wl_auth_mode=psk
    ppp_demand=0
    wl_wds10_enable=0
    mtu_enable=0
    ppp_keepalive=0
    wl_txant=3
    wl0_br1_nat=0
    block_activex=0
    d11g_rts=2347
    sh_interfaces=loc br0
    loc eth0
    loc eth2
    net wds0.2
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    remote_mgt_https=0
    wl_wpa_psk=notforexposer
    http_passwd=norforexposer
    ag0=255
    wl0_br1_enable=0
    block_wan=1
    wl_wds5_desc=
    wl_wds9_ospf=
    wl0_wds10_ipaddr=
    lan_stp=1
    skip_amd_check=0
    wl_mode=ap
    pppd_pppifname=
    wl0_plcphdr=long
    wl0_rate=0
    wl0_closed=0
    bird_ospf=Please read the BIRD setup instructions at http://bird.network.cz/bird.html
    schedule_enable=0
    wl_wpa_gtk_rekey=3600
    wl_afterburner_override=-1
    d11g_rateset=default
    wl0_macmode=allow
    wl0_wds4_netmask=
    wl0_radioids=BCM2050
    svqos_port1bw=full
    sel_qoshttp=0
    wl0_phytype=g
    wl0gpio2=0
    dr_wan_rx=0
    filter_tod_buf1=
    wl0_lazywds=0
    wl0gpio3=0
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    filter_tod_buf2=
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    filter_tod_buf3=
    filter_web_host20=
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    snmpd_syslocation=Unknown
    wl_radmactype=0
    port_rate_limit_1=0
    filter_tod_buf4=
    boardflags2=0
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    chilli_pass=
    wl_wds3_desc=
    wl_wds7_ospf=
    port_rate_limit_2=0
    filter_tod_buf5=
    filter_services4=
    ddns_dyndnstype_buf=1
    port_rate_limit_3=0
    wl0_afterburner=on
    http_client_ip=192.168.1.101
    dr_lan_tx=0
    filter_tod_buf6=
    wl_wds5_enable=0
    port_rate_limit_4=0
    wl0_antdiv=3
    filter_tod_buf7=
    filter_tod10=
    lan_hwaddr=00:0F:66:C8:xx:xx
    apwatchdog_interval=15
    wol_macs=
    wl0_wds8_netmask=
    filter_tod_buf8=
    wan_dns=
    filter_tod11=
    http_client_mac=00:11:24:26:xx:xx
    filter_tod_buf9=
    filter_tod12=
    action_service=management
    filter_tod13=
    ip_conntrack_max=512
    wl_dtim=1
    wl_ssid=jlw
    filter_tod14=
    wl_wds4_hwaddr=
    wl0_wds8_desc=
    wl0_wpa_psk=notforexposer
    filter_tod15=
    log_dropped=0
    filter_tod16=
    wl0_wds2_enable=0
    web_wl_filter=0
    d11g_bcn=100
    filter_tod17=
    filter_tod18=
    macupd_ip=192.168.1.100
    wl0_mac_list=
    wl_passphrase=
    daylight_time=1
    flash_type=Intel 28F640J3 4Mx16
    filter_tod19=
    security_mode=psk
    dhcp_wins=wan
    wl_wds1_desc=
    wl_wds5_ospf=
    bcm4712_firmware_version=v1.50.0
    multicast_pass=0
    filter_tod_buf10=
    os_server=
    wl0_wds8_enable=0
    wl0_wds1_hwaddr=
    pppoe_static=0
    filter_tod_buf11=
    hb_server_domain=
    wl_key1=
    wan_proto=dhcp
    filter_tod_buf12=
    wl_key2=
    filter_tod_buf13=
    wl_wds3_ipaddr=
    wl0_unit=0
    wl_key3=
    filter_tod_buf14=
    ospfd_conf=
    wl_country_code=AU
    wl_key4=
    filter_tod_buf15=
    wshaper_noprioportsrc=
    wl0_wds7_hwaddr=
    ddns_cache=1112715700,81.228.xx.xx
    wl_hwaddr=
    filter_tod_buf16=
    wl0_wds6_desc=
    aol_block_traffic1=0
    filter_tod_buf17=
    wl_wds9_ipaddr=
    enable_jffs2=0
    static_route_name=
    aol_block_traffic2=0
    filter_tod_buf18=
    sel_qostelnet=0
    filter_tod_buf19=
    samba_script=yourscript
    wl_wds3_netmask=
    wl_active_mac=
    wl_net_mode=g-only
    pa0itssit=62
    ntp_enable=0
    wl_wds3_ospf=
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    sys_enable_jffs2=0
    samba_user=username/computer
    wl_wds10_hwaddr=
    wl_wds10_netmask=
    wshaper_dev=WAN
    d11g_frag=2346
    sel_qosport1=1
    sel_qosport2=0
    wl0_wds=
    filter_mac_grp10=
    wl_wds7_netmask=
    snmpd_sysname=sveasoft
    wl0_wds4_desc=
    wl0_wds8_ospf=
    sel_qosport3=0
    wl_rate=0
    ppp_static_ip=
    filter_tod20=
    filter_mac_grp11=
    sh_policy=loc net ACCEPT
    net all DROP info
    all all REJECT info
    block_java=0
    log_level=0
    cctl=0
    filter_mac_grp12=
    sel_qosport4=0
    telnetd_enable=1
    ntp_server=
    ct_modules=
    filter_mac_grp13=
    sel_qosport5=0
    hs_urls=
    ddns_wildcard_buf=
    wan_hwaddr=00:0F:66:C8:xx:xx
    filter_mac_grp14=
    sel_qosport6=0
    filter_mac_grp15=
    sel_qosport7=0
    selpwr=4
    lan_ifnames=vlan0 eth1 eth2 eth3
    filter_mac_grp16=
    sel_qosport8=0
    wl_wds1_ospf=
    wl_macmode1=other
    pppoe_ifname=
    filter_mac_grp17=
    sel_qosport9=0
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    wl0_radius_port=1812
    wl0_auth=0
    filter_mac_grp18=
    snmpd_enable=0
    filter_mac_grp19=
    wl0_radius_ipaddr=
    httpd_enable=1
    sshd_port=22
    pppoe_service=
    wshaper_noprioportdst=
    wl_country=Japan
    filter_tod_buf20=
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    pa0maxpwr=0x48
    wl_wds6_enable=0
    wl0_wds2_desc=
    wl0_wds6_ospf=
    schedule_weekdays=*
    traceroute_ip=
    ddns_change=
    remote_management=0
    wan_ifnames=vlan1
    schedule_time=
    wl_crypto=tkip
    block_loopback=1
    wl_rateset=default
    wl_wds5_hwaddr=
    svqos_port4bw=full
    hs_enable=
    wl0_wds1_netmask=
    wl0_wds3_enable=0
    wl_wep_bit=64
    ppp_mru=1500
    http_method=post
    sshd_web=1
    svqos_svcs=
    command_cmd=mtd
    hs_exempt=
    QoS=0
    wl_radius_key=
    filter_port_grp1=
    lan_proto=dhcp
    os_name=linux
    clkfreq=200
    lan_ipaddr=192.168.1.1
    wl_wds10_desc=
    filter_port_grp2=
    vlan1hwname=et0
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    wl0_wds9_enable=0
    ddns_passwd_2=
    filter_port_grp10=
    filter_port_grp3=
    wl0_wds2_hwaddr=
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    wl_unit=0
    filter_port_grp4=
    filter_id=1
    filter_port_grp11=
    clean_jffs2=0
    wl0_wds4_ospf=
    wl0_phytypes=g
    firmware_version=DD-WRT #22 (prefinal3.2)
    filter_port_grp5=
    filter_port_grp12=
    wl_wds4_ipaddr=
    wol_enable=0
    wl0_frag=2346
    d11g_channel=12
    wl0_wep=tkip
    filter_port_grp6=
    router_disable=0
    filter_port_grp13=
    wl0_wds5_netmask=
    ddns_username=secret
    filter_port_grp7=
    filter_port_grp14=
    syslogd_enable=0
    ddns_passwd=secret
    pppoe_passwd=
    filter_port_grp8=
    filter_port_grp15=
    wl0_wds8_hwaddr=
    filter_port_grp9=
    filter_mac_grp20=
    filter_port_grp16=
    ppp_ac=
    log_enable=0
    sdram_config=0x0022
    filter_port_grp17=
    hs_image=
    sel_qosftp=0
    filter_web_url10=
    wl0_country=Japan
    filter_port_grp18=
    dmz_ipaddr=0
    vlan1ports=0 5
    filter_web_url11=
    filter_port_grp19=
    wl0_wds1_ipaddr=
    schedule_hours=00
    security_mode_last=
    wl_wds=
    filter_web_url12=
    rc_startup=
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    ddns_hostname_2=
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    sshd_enable=0
    wol_interval=86400
    wl0_wds9_netmask=
    filter_web_url14=
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    ccode=0
    filter_summary=0
    filter_web_url15=
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    wl0_rateset=default
    filter_web_url16=
    trunking=0
    wl0_wds7_ipaddr=
    wl0_wds2_ospf=
    filter_web_url17=
    macupd_port=2056
    filter_web_url18=
    wl0_wep_bit=64
    filter_web_url19=
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    wl_radauth=0
    port_flow_control_2=1
    ping_times=
    port_flow_control_3=1
    wan_primary=1
    lan_ifname=br0
    port_flow_control_4=1
    filter_services=
    boardflags=0x0388
    wl0_afterburner_override=-1
    sdram_refresh=0x0000
    dhcp_domain=wan
    wl_auth=0
    wl_wds10_ospf=
    port4vlans=0
    wl_wep_last=
    sdram_ncdl=0x1f
    samba_mount=0
    wl_wds10_ipaddr=
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    wan_gateway_buf=0.0.0.0
    block_cookie=0
    resetbutton_enable=1
    wl_wds1_enable=0
    wan_iface=vlan1
    ezc_enable=1
    wl_frameburst=off
    qos_appname10=
    samba_share=//yourserverip/yourshare
    rc_firewall=
    chilli_dns1=0.0.0.0
    qos_appname11=
    qos_appname12=
    is_modified=1
    upnp_wan_proto=
    filter_port_grp20=
    wl_wds7_enable=0
    dhcp_num=5
    filter_web_url1=
    wan_ipaddr=81.xxx.xxx.xxx
    wl_wds4_netmask=
    svqos_port3prio=10
    wl0_passphrase=
    filter_web_url2=
    filter_web_url3=
    wl0_rts=2347
    filter_web_url4=
    filter_web_url5=
    zebra_conf=
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    wl_ifname=
    filter_web_url6=
    wan_wins=0.0.0.0
    wl_wds6_hwaddr=
    port2vlans=0
    kaid_enable=0
    http_enable=1
    ntp_mode=auto
    wl_wep=tkip
    filter_web_url7=
    ipv6_enable=0
    wl_wds8_desc=
    snmpd_syscontact=root
    wl0_wds4_enable=0
    l2tp_pass=1
    filter_web_url8=
    filter_web_url20=
    wl0_radauth=0
    pppoe_username=
    filter_web_url9=
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    ddns_dyndnstype=1
    svqos_ips=
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    wl_wds8_netmask=
    qos_appname2=
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    mac_clone_enable=0
    ppp_get_srv=
    wl_frag=2346
    qos_appname4=
    wl0_wds3_hwaddr=
    wan_mtu=1500
    wl_wep_gen=
    wl0_key=1
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  28. _Shorty

    _Shorty Network Guru Member

    I'm getting pretty slow transfers over wireless too, it's reporting only about 25-27% network usage without WEP/etc, and I notice the router's showing about 70-75% CPU usage for this ksoftirqd_CPU0 process while the file transfer's taking place.
     
  29. Zlatnia

    Zlatnia Network Guru Member

    Do you know how to do the tcp concurent connections in WAP54G using Freya

    10x in advance
     
  30. _Shorty

    _Shorty Network Guru Member

    is this a bug in the wireless adapter's driver or something perhaps? Something's making it use an awful lot of CPU for apparently no real reason. Would be nice to hunt this one down.
     
  31. Thrasher

    Thrasher Network Guru Member

    On my WRT54GS v1.1 I have tried real Linksys firmware, HyperWRT 2.1b & DD and get crap throughput with wireless on all of them. I have a HP nc8000 laptop using a HP w400 ? wireless system built in. I download from my lan webserver and only get 350kb/s :(

    In all firmwares I have wireless security on, WPA PreShared Key + TKIP.

    What position should the ariels be in ? How can I tweak it for real speed ?
     
  32. _Shorty

    _Shorty Network Guru Member

    using encryption means losing a big chunk of bandwidth anyways, that's a hit you have to take if you want to use encryption.

    I'm sure DD suffers from the same problem as Alchemy and Talisman, CPU usage on the router skyrockets when there is a bunch of wireless traffic. Which would seem to indicate a problem with the driver they're using. The official firmware doesn't suffer from this problem, and I don't think HyperWRT does either. But using any of the Sveasoft-derived firmwares seems to result in the same low throughput and high router CPU usage.
     
  33. Lazybones

    Lazybones Network Guru Member

  34. rexster

    rexster Network Guru Member

    one thing i know for sure:
    when max connection sets default 4096,
    it only takes one pc infected with some virus/worms to Kill my connection.
    it's not slowing down, it's bringing it down!

    when i sets lower like 1024, the infected pc only slowing down the connection.
     
  35. Lazybones

    Lazybones Network Guru Member

    Thats because the router does not have enough memory to NAT that many connections.. And when the router runs out of memory it reboots.
     
  36. rexster

    rexster Network Guru Member

    then, i suggest the default should be set not more than 1024
     
  37. Lazybones

    Lazybones Network Guru Member

    Your limit depends on if you have a G or a GS, the GS has double the memory.

    Also increasing the number of connection does not = increasing speed in most cases. You are probably better off setting your P2P apps to a conservative connection limit and let the app drop bad connections and create better ones.

    For things like HTTP and FTP increasing the connection limit doesn't do anything.
     
  38. Phil06

    Phil06 Network Guru Member

    Hi men
    How it works with the final version of this firmware?

    Actually i use HyperWRT 2.0b4 because with this my lan network (wire) is really faster than with the HyperWRT 2.1b01
    I suppose it's a prob with this:
    " Removed concurrent connection & tcp timeout patch (caused instability on certain WRT54G(s) hardware) "

    In this topic i read similar prob so i would like to know if these prob exist with the dd-wrt.v22-final-r2?
    It is ok or not?

    Have a good day @+
     
  39. Tomchu

    Tomchu Network Guru Member

    I can push almost 4 MB/s up from my iBook to my Athlon 64 desktop and my load averages never go above 0.01 if I'm not doing anything else with the router. This is with WEP 128 enabled.

    I remember that with Sveasoft Alchemy 1.0 my transfers were total ass, and that very same ksoftirqd_CPU0 process was eating close to the same amount of CPU power. I've had no such problems with DD-WRT v23b. I've got a WRT54G v4 overclocked to 216 MHz -- maybe you're on the 1.1 with a slower CPU, and combined with everything that you're running, it's slowing you down?
     
  40. polakatl

    polakatl Network Guru Member

    damn man you overclock your router hehe
     

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