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Re: [Openvpn-users] Openvpn-users Digest, Vol 14, Issue 16


  • Subject: Re: [Openvpn-users] Openvpn-users Digest, Vol 14, Issue 16
  • From: Klaus Thielking-Riechert <klaus.thielking-riechert@xxxxxxxxxx>
  • Date: Tue, 10 Jul 2007 13:51:45 +0200

Hi,

On Tue, Jul 10, 2007 at 10:49:57AM -0000, sivasubramani wrote:

> hi,
>    I have using openvpn in both windows and linux.... i want to
>    connect client to client through tunnel. its working if i try to
>    ping virtual client ip from one client its takes  too long
> 
> my ping result is
> 
>  sh-3.00# ping 10.1.0.142 PING 10.1.0.142 (10.1.0.142): 56 data bytes
>  64 bytes from 10.1.0.142: icmp_seq=0 ttl=64 time=976.2 ms
[...]
 
> --- 10.1.0.142 ping statistics --- 11 packets transmitted, 10 packets
> received, 9% packet loss round-trip min/avg/max = 627.2/698.0/976.2 ms
>
>      some times it takes 1000 and above so how i can improve my vpn
>      speed

Well, the traffic between both clients has to run the path from client-a
over openvpn-server to cient-b two times in a RTT measure by ping.
It would be interesting what the value of the RTT between your
server and both of your client (of course, such a measure should be made
short before or short after the ping between both clients).

As you can see, you have a packet loss of about 10 percent. This might
indicate that one of your links might be saturated or congestioned. A
congestioned link is often the reason for a high RTT.

best regards,

  Klaus


PS: next time it would be more kind if you don't cite the content of
    your digest to the list ....


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