Router can't handle high throughput?


#1

It worked in the past, but now the router can’t get more then ~150 Mbit trough. If I connect my PC directly to the Modem I get my 400 Mbit (last and first Screenshot). Also the Router sometimes just restart, since they logs are purged I don’t see why.

Can someone help with this two problems?


#2

Your problem is probably more complicated. No problem for me.


#3

Should not be a problem of Turris itself. I can get much better rates.


#4

Try to set the value of “Write system log to file” in Luci -> System -> System -> Logging to a non-volatile file system, like a usb key or similar.


#5

you have installed Device detection Software for detecting new devices on local network (EXPERIMENTAL) in turris? if yes this is the problem. I tested turris with gigabit WAN and works well wint qos enabled. Only i have issues when i installed that module.


#6

thanks

jup, thanks.
Disabled it and back at 400 Mbit. Thanks


#7

There are two packages: pakond and pakon-dev-detect.
I was solving SMB slow transfers and by htop identified that pakond is consuming 100pct of cpu. So I just disabled pakond leaving dev-detect enabled and I went back with SMB to 950-970 Mbps. Also pakond was totally messing syslog by messages.
Most probably dev-detect needs pakond enabled to properly run but I can not check as I don’t have any new device to connect in LAN.
So you can try enable dev-detect in foris but disable pakond only and check if it will work for you.


#8

X-dark & tristone, mind if I ask what you pay in Paris and Prague for your speeds? I pay US$65 a month for 200Mbps downstream / 35Mbps upstream in northern New Jersey USA.

I’m guessing that, in general, broadband in costlier in the US than in Europe. Thanks.


#9

In CZ the speed you get very much depends on your location. You may e.g. be very “lucky” and get optics 100/100 Mbps for 10 Eur/month :smile: , and you may only be able to get a fraction of the speed for double price. The price to build and maintain the infrastructure just varies very much, naturally.


#10

I pay 35€/month for 800Mbps/60Mbps with TV and landline phone included. It is FTTB or FTTLA (not sure) with a coaxial ending. It is in France.