4KB / sec is about right for a good connection on a 56kbps modem ...
figure 48000bits per second on a good connection
48000 / 8 = 6000 bytes per second
6000 / 1024 = 5.85 Kilobytes per second
if you take account for overheads in the protocols etc 4KB is respectable
> -----Original Message-----
> In particular, while fiddling the deflate/bsdcomp options got a bit of an
> improvement, it looks like compressed or encrypted traffic is stuck at
> 4 KB/sec, does that match other people's experience?
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