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How do I configure the SYS-LE server to achieve 1 Gbps upload speed via IPV6?
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How do I configure the SYS-LE server to achieve 1 Gbps upload speed via IPV6?

I've read several users here achieve that kind of speed on IPV6.

I followed this simple guide:
https://support.us.ovhcloud.com/hc/en-us/articles/360002296020-How-to-Configure-an-IPv6-Address-in-Ubuntu#18.04

On an Ubuntu 22.04 server, but still having 250 Mbps on upload,
Is it just randomness and luck? :)

Comments

  • RoldanRoldan Member
    edited November 2022

    iperf3 Network Speed Tests (IPv4):

    Provider Location (Link) Send Speed Recv Speed Ping
    Clouvider London, UK (10G) 212 Mbits/sec 902 Mbits/sec 79.1 ms
    Scaleway Paris, FR (10G) 236 Mbits/sec 894 Mbits/sec 84.3 ms
    NovoServe North Holland, NL (40G) 222 Mbits/sec 803 Mbits/sec 91.0 ms
    Uztelecom Tashkent, UZ (10G) 212 Mbits/sec 650 Mbits/sec 178 ms
    Clouvider NYC, NY, US (10G) 248 Mbits/sec 940 Mbits/sec 8.30 ms
    Clouvider Dallas, TX, US (10G) 242 Mbits/sec 925 Mbits/sec 41.0 ms
    Clouvider Los Angeles, CA, US (10G) 225 Mbits/sec 904 Mbits/sec 69.3 ms

    iperf3 Network Speed Tests (IPv6):

    Provider Location (Link) Send Speed Recv Speed Ping
    Clouvider London, UK (10G) 227 Mbits/sec 203 Mbits/sec 79.2 ms
    Scaleway Paris, FR (10G) 225 Mbits/sec 883 Mbits/sec 82.9 ms
    NovoServe North Holland, NL (40G) 230 Mbits/sec 785 Mbits/sec 91.0 ms
    Uztelecom Tashkent, UZ (10G) busy 407 Mbits/sec 178 ms
    Clouvider NYC, NY, US (10G) 244 Mbits/sec 927 Mbits/sec 8.36 ms
    Clouvider Dallas, TX, US (10G) 237 Mbits/sec 911 Mbits/sec 41.0 ms
    Clouvider Los Angeles, CA, US (10G) 228 Mbits/sec 676 Mbits/sec 69.3 ms
  • @Roldan said:
    Is it just randomness and luck? :)

    You were not lucky this time.

    Thanked by 1Roldan
  • oh okay, no big deal :)
    I'll just find a way to consume this 16TB of storage :D

  • jarjar Member, Patron Provider
    edited November 2022

    @Roldan said: Clouvider NYC, NY, US (10G) 244 Mbits/sec 927 Mbits/sec 8.36 ms

    That pretty much shows that you can hit it, but that doesn't mean that you can hit a guaranteed speed from one network to another. It just means your network port is capable of performing at 1gbit. It's a lot like having a car that can drive 200mph, just because it can doesn't mean that every road you drive down is one that you're going to be able to drive 200mph on.

  • MikeAMikeA Member, Host Rep

    @jar said:
    it can doesn't mean that every road you drive down is one that you're going to be able to drive 200mph on.

    if i'm paying for 200mph, im gonna use 200mph!

    Thanked by 1jar
  • @MikeA said:

    @jar said:
    it can doesn't mean that every road you drive down is one that you're going to be able to drive 200mph on.

    if i'm paying for 200mph, im gonna use 200mph!

    obligatory

    image

    Thanked by 2jar plumberg
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