[kwlug-disc] Slow OpenVPN on Rogers?
william.rieck at gmail.com
Tue May 17 11:30:57 EDT 2011
I also am experiencing very slow peer-to-peer VPN connections with Rogers.
It feels like my traffic is being throttled as if it were a bit-torrent
connection. I see this when I use a remote desktop application 'Logmein",
(and possibly even when Skype conferencing.)
One suggestion I've heard and am finding this works, is to make sure there
are no torrents active on your network that may cause Rogers to start
throttling you willy-nilly. Rogers admits that throttling is affects other
types of traffic and they are working on a solution to this. So possibly you
need to search and destroy the torrents running on your network, (which I
know you have mentioned is a problem.....)
On Mon, May 16, 2011 at 1:20 PM, Paul Nijjar <paul_nijjar at yahoo.ca> wrote:
> Every few months I get unhappy about our internet access and
> pre-emptively start blaming Rogers. Today's complaint goes like this:
> we have two OpenVPN access points set up to the same network -- one
> accessing the network via a Rogers gateway, and one via a Sympatico
> one. Both OpenVPN connections work sometimes, but for the past two
> months our Rogers OpenVPN gateway has been so slow it is basically
> unusable -- even when the Sympatico gateway is okay.
> I am still trying to figure out how to make pfSense (which is hosting
> these access points) cough up debugging information. There is also
> some chance that our network is doing something funky. But I want to
> know whether I can rule out Rogers or not. Are others running OpenVPN
> servers connecting via Rogers? Does my experience ring any bells for
> - Paul
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