on 2020/07/12 11:08:54 AM
performance between two Tixati clients in my LAN (GB) is limited to 1-2 MB/sec, while uploads and downloads in LAN but also WAN (FTTH, 500/100 MBit/sec) is reaching near capacity, i.e. an order of magnitude more than Tixati.
Why is that? What to do to get that fixed ?
This effect is to be seen in 2.7.3 and 2.7.4 alike.
CPU and Memory are far from any limits.
TXs and cheers
by Guest on 2020/07/13 01:22:21 AM
I think it would be helpful to try using and even older Tixati version to see if the problem still occurs. Also try using other BitTorrent clients. And try other protocols like SMB (Windows share), HTTP or FTP. Please share your results. I'm assuming both devices are connected to your gigabit LAN with ethernet. Maybe check the cat cable your using for the other computer. Your CPU, RAM and everything may be more than enough but the bottleneck could be the ethernet cat version. I'm not sure. I could be wrong. Just trying to give some helpful ideas to troubleshoot this.
on 2020/07/16 10:28:01 AM
Well, I see three connections: IP4 and IP6 external addresses and also the LAN-address 192.168...
And all three of them have the upload capacity of 100 MBit/sec (well, the two etxernals share).
Yet, all of them are an order of magnitude slower than capacity.