Date: Mon, 20 Sep 2021 19:46:18 UTC
On Mon, Sep 20, 2021 at 09:32:22PM +0200, email@example.com wrote: > Hi net mailing list, Hi Dries, > > > > Currently at my parrents house we have just a cable modem where I use DHCPv6 > and DHCP to get a IPv6 prefix and IPv4 address respectivelly. > > For this config everything is done in the kernel regarding routing. The ISP > is Telenet and they give me 300 down / 20 up (mbps). > > > > But I really want a higher upload in my future appartment where I will be > moving is *soonTm*. > > So looking for ISP's in Belgium, Proximus seems to provide a fibre plan (if > fibre is available, but it should be) that does 500 down / 50 up (mbps). > > They use PPPOE and was wondering what the max troughput looks like with the > in-base PPPOE client? > On my small APU2C4 box the in-base PPPOE client used 100% CPU, I strongly suggest to switch to mpd5 (which use < 1% CPU on the same hardware) > I have also found some mentions of net/mpd5, is this a better > implementation? > yes! mpd5 is almost mandatory nowadays for PPPOE > > > Thanks > > Dries > -- Julien Cigar Belgian Biodiversity Platform (http://www.biodiversity.be) PGP fingerprint: EEF9 F697 4B68 D275 7B11 6A25 B2BB 3710 A204 23C0 No trees were killed in the creation of this message. However, many electrons were terribly inconvenienced.