If I use those VPN configs directly on my computer, I get about 25mpbs, which is the max of my cable connection. When I use the same configs on the Router (MT300N), I only get about 6mbps. The default config already use UDP. Any idea of what could be the issue?
PS: I’m on 2.261, but I had the same issue with 2.5
Would like something with a cryptographic accelerator for AES on board (or USB dongle)
and support for DNScrypt / DNSSEC in GUI (like Tomato)
Also want to buy inexpensive devices which can run pfSense, like SG-1000 microfirewall but with better OpenVPN performance (is 50 mb/s achievable in a travel router or a product that costs < US $100 ?)
@BLi, the forum is open discussion and we hope to benefit each other in the discussion. We don’t need to test other product for us but if you did, that data could benefit us and others and we appreciated.
Just replied your another post. You can just bring up a post if it is missed.
New to Gli.inet and super happy to have bought the AR300M. Also excited to see a new device that can output 30mbps. Does that apply to PPTP as well? I am not currently using OpenVPN (I know I should) but just haven’t got around yet. Which protocol would achieve more speed - OpenVPN or PPTP or just depends on my ISP? I know OpenVPN is more secured. Thanks.
Heh. FWIW, I’ve been bringing a WWAN router (iDrive WiFi hard drive) onto planes for 3 years now- use it so I can share the onboard WiFi onto all my devices and only have to pay once. Nobody’s ever said a word.
@alzhao, I’d seen in another thread/forum (maybe on here?) that just changing the build config on the OpenVPN stack to use SoC-specific SIMD instructions (“Neon”/“VFP”/etc.) for the crypto engines was enough to speed the VPN thruput- are y’all looking into that?