On Tue, 10 Jul 2007, Justin Mason wrote:
> I have an NSLU2 connected to a Linksys WRT54GL via local 100Mbps
> ethernet. I also have a Dell laptop running Ubuntu Feisty,
> associated with the WRT54GL over 802.11g wifi. The laptop->WRT54GL
> link is 18Mb/s right now according to "iwconfig"; "bing" reports
> 12.337Mbps between the laptop and the NSLU2.
> The laptop is running 2.6.15, the slug 2.4.22.
>> I currently use these mount options:
rsize and wsize are /way/ too small. Just remove them and let the OS
pick them. Should be at least 32k..
> I'm already using "tcp" since apparently wifi and UDP don't get on
> too well.
Wifi doesn't get on with /anything/ too well.
> Can anyone suggest additional suitable optimisations?
Put OpenWRT on the NSLU2 for further tinkering opportunities perhaps.
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