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  1. #1
    Master Untangler
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    Mar 2011
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    Default Issues with 1 curcuit

    I will try to explain this as best as possible. We have 5 circuits total coming into our Untangle box.

    4 - 35/35 Verizon Fios
    1 - 200/200 Local Fiber Line

    The only browsing on the 200/200 will be when the Verizon lines go down. The other use of the 200/200 is a site-site openvpn tunnel between this Untangle box and another Untangle box. The other Untangle box is located in a collocation facility which also has a 200/200 connection.

    I noticed that I am only pulling roughly 40-60mbps between the two sites. So I decided to do some test downloads without the VPN to ensure the bandwidth is AOK.

    On the local untangle box I am having the same speed issues while just doing a normal wget on a linux box. The only way I can get better numbers is to bypass the destination address of what I am downloading, then things start to cruze ( I go from 3-6MB/s to 15-20MB/s).

    The remote Untangle has no issues picking up a file with wget at expected speeds.

    I did look over the openvpn cpu usage while doing a transfer and I definitely still have some room for improvement (50-60%). I know its single threaded and untangle's openssl is still lacking AES-NI support. Definitely excited for 10.0

    Both Untangle machines are identical hardware with E5-2680 CPU's.

    I am also having issues with the live support module. When clicking live support it simply opens a blank untangle screen. I have tested this in 3 different PC's and just about every browser.
    Last edited by AdamB; 07-10-2013 at 10:57 AM.

  2. #2
    Master Untangler
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    Just tested scp'ing a file between the two untangle box's with the tunnel. No problem hitting full speed. This is killing me.

    Maybe I will just leave the site-site in place for network connectivity and utilize ssh with some port forwards to transfer large files.

    Still can't hit my live support module either.

  3. #3
    Master Untangler
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    Scratch that, looks like ssh is suffering the same performance hit when going through the uvm.

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