Could any port be sucking up bandwidth?
kline at thought.org
Wed Jan 26 06:49:42 UTC 2011
Before the 11th of January I was streaming both audio and video
streams with little to zero wait time. In other words, I could
stream about 50 minutes of audio with only a second or two of pause
time delay [[AKA congestion]]. After that date there was a steep
decline in streaming performance and I went at upgrading my server
with a vengeance to see if that fixed things. Upgrading my 700
ports only led to other things breaking. I am wondering if anyone
else in North America has a DSL connection and has seen the kind of
degradation in performance after doing (something) to their FreeBSD
I have around 1Mb down and 864Kb up ... according to the telco.
Any ideas will be much appreciated.
Gary Kline kline at thought.org http://www.thought.org Public Service Unix
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