Re: Download speed
W Paul Mills wrote:
> Did you try asyncmap 0 in your ppp options?
> On Tue, 23 Jun 1998, Sture Palminger wrote:
> > Hi Troy
> > Thanks for your message.
> > Yes this is a pppd connection.I have played around with mtu and mru but ther is
> > no bigger change.
> > Did your second suggestion and dialed upp the only BBS available around here.
> > The download speed was ~1.5 Kb/s ???? (run with minicom 115200 8N1 CTS/RTS).
> > The speed reported by BBS (CONNECT 115200) , my port settings are ttyS1
> > UART:16550A,port:0x02f8, IRQ 3,baud_base:115200 and initialization string ATF
> > (factory configured).
> > Have to dig into this.
> > Regards
> > Sture
> > On 19-Jun-98 Troy Hanson wrote:
> > >Is this with pppd connection? If so: Try using the utility setserial to
> > >set speed to spd_vhi (115200), also, setting the MTU and MRU to 576 helps a
> > >bit. (pppd options)
> > >
> > >If the progam is with direct serial (e.g. BBS, make sure you have the speed
> > >set to 115200 in the program). This could be a good test if your problem
> > >is with ppp connections. You can dial up to a BBS and try a Zmodem
> > >download, and see what kind of througput you get there (should be around
> > >3.5k/sec on 33.6k modem)
> > >
> > >Hope this helps!
> > >troy
I just checked; 'asyncmap 0' is already the default in /etc/ppp/options
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