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Message 1164037 - Posted: 20 Oct 2011, 21:52:27 UTC

I am also having problems with downloading workunits for SETI, in fact at this very moment. Sometimes triggering a retry helps, sometimes not.

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Message 1164176 - Posted: 21 Oct 2011, 9:41:54 UTC

I can's believe, it works!!!

WU's for all my computers using a proxy, too.

The first WU's i get at 19.10.2011 22:51:38 CET.

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Message 1164190 - Posted: 21 Oct 2011, 11:29:06 UTC - in response to Message 1164179.



Could you start to test packet loss and see if it has changed?

Meow.



No lost packets at all:

Ping 208.68.240.20 5/5000/56/1; Start time 10/21/11 15:26:38 ping 208.68.240.20 packet 1 round trip time = 236 ms. successful ping 208.68.240.20 packet 2 round trip time = 224 ms. successful ping 208.68.240.20 packet 3 round trip time = 231 ms. successful ping 208.68.240.20 packet 4 round trip time = 225 ms. successful ping 208.68.240.20 packet 5 round trip time = 222 ms. successful 5 packets sent; 5 packets received; 0% lost. Round trip times (ms): Minimum: 222, Maximum: 236, Average: 227 End time 10/21/11 15:26:45 Ping 208.68.240.20 5/5000/56/1; Start time 10/21/11 15:26:48 ping 208.68.240.20 packet 1 round trip time = 224 ms. successful ping 208.68.240.20 packet 2 round trip time = 225 ms. successful ping 208.68.240.20 packet 3 round trip time = 223 ms. successful ping 208.68.240.20 packet 4 round trip time = 227 ms. successful ping 208.68.240.20 packet 5 round trip time = 223 ms. successful 5 packets sent; 5 packets received; 0% lost. Round trip times (ms): Minimum: 223, Maximum: 227, Average: 224 End time 10/21/11 15:27:00 Ping 208.68.240.20 5/5000/56/1; Start time 10/21/11 15:27:01 ping 208.68.240.20 packet 1 round trip time = 260 ms. successful ping 208.68.240.20 packet 2 round trip time = 225 ms. successful ping 208.68.240.20 packet 3 round trip time = 257 ms. successful ping 208.68.240.20 packet 4 round trip time = 236 ms. successful ping 208.68.240.20 packet 5 round trip time = 234 ms. successful 5 packets sent; 5 packets received; 0% lost. Round trip times (ms): Minimum: 225, Maximum: 260, Average: 242 End time 10/21/11 15:27:18

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Message 1164195 - Posted: 21 Oct 2011, 11:51:25 UTC
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Ping with less than 1% loss at .13 and .16 (0% at .18 and .20)

Download speed as high as I never had before :-)

All this with NO proxy hassle...

Thanks gentlemen for the effort and the great job done!

BR

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Message 1164232 - Posted: 21 Oct 2011, 14:56:47 UTC

Only one instance of packet loss in 32 tests (4 trace routes and 4 pings to each of the 4 SAH addresses).

Also getting some insane speeds on uploads and downloads.

Things are looking good.

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Message 1164276 - Posted: 21 Oct 2011, 17:40:36 UTC

Thanks for all of the confirmations that connectivity is looking good! We are also seeing zero packet loss from remote pings. In order to test this, we let astropulse run out of data in order to get bandwidth consumption below the saturation point. New data will be arriving in the astropulse queue in the next couple of hours.
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Message 1164278 - Posted: 21 Oct 2011, 17:48:13 UTC - in response to Message 1164276.
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Thanks for all of the confirmations that connectivity is looking good! We are also seeing zero packet loss from remote pings. In order to test this, we let astropulse run out of data in order to get bandwidth consumption below the saturation point. New data will be arriving in the astropulse queue in the next couple of hours.


Thank you Jeff, I was getting nervous that I wouldn't get any new AP's for my weekend AP party :-)

Makes perfect sense to let the bandwidth hog AP run dry, for you to be able to test the connection.

I have never had any problems with the HE connection during all the time others have complained about no connection, but I'm happy it now seems to be fixed.
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Message 1164282 - Posted: 21 Oct 2011, 17:55:09 UTC

Pinged in a loop for 25 minutes approximately.

Ping statistics for 208.68.240.20:
Packets: Sent = 2546, Received = 2546, Lost = 0 (0% loss),
Approximate round trip times in milli-seconds:
Minimum = 216ms, Maximum = 256ms, Average = 220ms
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Message 1164344 - Posted: 21 Oct 2011, 20:53:03 UTC - in response to Message 1163801.

Eric and I went to the PAIX today and quadrupled the memory in our router. The router stats indicate that there is now plenty of memory to spare. But we are still seeing evidence of packet loss from various points around the globe.

Is anyone seeing a difference? Thanks!

Thanks.

Yes I'm seeing that one machine that wasn't able to connect now is able to connect.

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Message 1164530 - Posted: 22 Oct 2011, 16:41:08 UTC - in response to Message 1164280.
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Hi!

I have question about maybe this problem with traffic. From yesterday all my WU waiting in queue to send out - but all have 16,00 from (about) 24KB, and still trying to resend.

here is screenshot



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Message 1164617 - Posted: 22 Oct 2011, 21:40:36 UTC - in response to Message 1164530.


Uploads should go through without problems, but downloads are a whole different issue- it's just the usual network congestion.
Until Seti can get more than 100Mb/s bandwidth, that's the way things will be; lots & lots of retries.

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