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  • #43034

    marcosmw
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    Hi all,

    i’m new with zeroshell, and i installed the zs to a computer with below specs:
    – AMD Athlon XP 1300
    – Memory 1GB
    – Hdd 160GB
    – 3Com Ethernet Card

    with condition only default QOS class

    issue: every time i enabled the QoS, tested with Windows file sharing through ZS interface, the performance became so slow even in inter LAN

    testing scenario:
    LAN A = 172.16.0.0/24
    LAN B = 172.16.1.0/24
    ZS is placed between those 2 LAN with a router

    topology scenario:
    LAN A — ZeroShell (bridge) — Router — LAN B

    copying windows file sharing file with 940MB size from LAN A to LAN B

    resulting:
    scenario 1. with ZS default QoS enabled speed transfer only 512KB/s
    scenario 2. with ZS default QoS disabled speed transfer between 7MB/s to 10MB/s

    how to resolve this?

    #51837

    DrmCa
    Participant

    Please post your QOS rules. Without seeing them it is impossible to guess what’s wrong.
    I had similar experience when messing up with QOS for VOIP – one mistake and everything grinds to a halt.
    But when I got my rules rigtht, VOIP quality actually improved somewhat.

    #51838

    marcosmw
    Member

    Hi Drmca,

    it seems this was a limitation with the hardware, now i’m using P4 3.00Ghz and all runs well… only took 11% max of the CPU
    thanks for your reply though…

    #51839

    DrmCa
    Participant

    @marcosmw wrote:

    Hi Drmca,

    it seems this was a limitation with the hardware, now i’m using P4 3.00Ghz and all runs well… only took 11% max of the CPU
    thanks for your reply though…

    My config is P4 celeron 2.2 Ghz, 512 MB RAM – it runs very well.
    I guess if we were able to recompile everything with P4 optimization, it would be even nimbler.

    #51840

    marcosmw
    Member

    @drmca wrote:

    @marcosmw wrote:

    Hi Drmca,

    it seems this was a limitation with the hardware, now i’m using P4 3.00Ghz and all runs well… only took 11% max of the CPU
    thanks for your reply though…

    My config is P4 celeron 2.2 Ghz, 512 MB RAM – it runs very well.
    I guess if we were able to recompile everything with P4 optimization, it would be even nimbler.

    now the ZS machine runs well
    did QoS testing with two rules DEFAULT and RECEPTIONIST class.
    the RECEPTIONIST class have a guaranteed bw of 5Kbit/s and max bw is 5Kbit/s and applied to ETH00 and ETH01 which are a member of BRIDGE00 with classifier source IP and MAC.

    when tested, it doesn’t quite expected, I am wondering why……

    anyone can help?

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