Ip filter settings (adjust these for p2p)

Ip filter settings (adjust these for p2p)

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Dd-wrtdd-wrtdd-wrtdd-wrtdd-wrtdd-wrtdd-wrtdd-wrtdd-wrtdd-wrtdd-wrtd When doing some p2p and getting a very slow response from the internet, a customization is needed to increase the ip conntrack buffer in order to avoid the nat table being complete. To see if this is the issue, log in to the router and look for dmesg messages: ip conntrack: table max, packet dropped The solution is as follows: > /proc/sys/net/ipv4/ip conntrack max echo “81920” or increase IP Filter Settings (adjust these for P2P) to 4096 and set timeouts to 3600 under Administration/Management tab.

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1. I made sure that my torrent program’s settings were right. This translates to a maximum of 250 global connections and 100 torrents per torrent. According to my bandwidth speed test, I am capable of much more. (They say 420 worldwide, with 125 per torrent) There is no difference whether you download or upload because download is uncapped. Upload is capped at 55. I’ve also heard that dd-wrt, like the original firmware, saves a list of incoming IP connections for a ridiculously long time, like 5 days. Using peer-to-peer (P2P) produces thousands of these, which overloads the router over time.
Dd-wrt will register upwards of 700 active connections if I migrate to more than 4 (generally) torrents, and eventually crash. I’m not sure if the auto update stops working and the temperature rises to the maximum, but it reboots in any case.
As a result, it appears that the router is keeping connections in its “buffer” for too long before discarding them. Since vuze (or whatever program) is opening more, this buffer reaches the maximum of 1024 (or whatever is stable).
Is it possible to isolate or classify these links? Since they’re on the same port (whatever the p2p software says), it seems like you should be able to adjust the timeout for only this port… no?

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Mikrotik routerboard r52 and ubiquiti sr71 mimo radius are mounted on my rs pro. They’ve taken off for the time being. It’s in bridge mode with a Dlink adsl modem (dsl-320b), and it also supports a 3com gigabit transfer. My link speed is 20 megabits per second.
To summarize, only the p2p pc can do p2p traffic, and I’m wondering if my setup is reasonable, particularly because I only use my computer in the evenings. I’d like to have better p2p output during the day (I know, it’s a dream!).

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Now, using these measures, I was able to go from a normal 135 to 150ms and 15 jitter from my country (Colombia) to any US server, while hardwired directly to my ISP router, to a whopping 98 to 105 ms and 2-5 jitter while using my router as an intermediary. This has improved my online experience and overall Internet use, and I’m confident it will do the same for you. If you need more help or just want to play, feel free to contact me here or add my PSN ID delpinoctem to your Friends Lists. Please accept my apologies for the lengthy message. There are 128 comments. 82 percent upvoted by sharesavehidereport This discussion has been closed. There are no new comments or votes that can be made. Sort by highest point (suggested)

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