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For some reason, I seem to be getting only about 1MB/s on an SSHFS connection that is routed on the zeroshell box. When I change it so that it’s on the same subnet (e.g. just going through the switch), I get 22+MB/s. I’m not sure whether it’s
a) the dmesg errors slowing the connection down, i.e. the driver situation isn’t 100%
b) the Eee PC not being able to handle the workload (doubtful I think, even though USB shifts workload to the CPU)
c) the USB NIC isn’t as fast as it is supposed to be
However, if all you are after is a way to filter your connection to the internet, it works really well. And if you are using it to route between two subnets on your home network, provided they don’t need to transfer massive files between each other, it works well too.