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[SLUG] Re: Anything like pcAnywhere - some interesting twists

 It can also have to do with ciphers.

 Early versions of ssh used idea. it was fast, moderately secure and patented. Openssh used 3des and blowfish or rhindal (AES). Try setting your ciphers to blowfish for linux to linux work. I know that for scp if gives me up to 3 times improvement on network traffic.

 Tomasz Ciolek

On Thu, Jun 14, 2001 at 07:05:28PM +1000, Howard Lowndes wrote:
> That's a thought.  I suppose that would be a compile flag in ssh.
> The only thing is that the problem appears to be more when the server is
> sending a screen down; they are still small packets (typically 300-500
> bytes), nowhere near the MTU/MRU of the link
> -- 
> Howard.  LANNet Computing Associates <http://lannetlinux.com>
> _____________________________________________________________
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> it's a bourgeois right, closely allied to the right to private property".
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> addressing the Fabian Society in 1988 in relation to the Australia Card issue.
> On Thu, 14 Jun 2001 david@nospam.prometheus.com.au wrote:
> > Howard Lowndes wrote:
> > > 
> > > My perception, by watching the tcpdump stream, is that the ssh traffic
> > > from Linux to Linux appears more halting than the Windows to Linux
> > > traffic.
> > > 
> > > I am at a loss to understand it as both traffic streams pass through the
> > > same gateway, so I guess the problem must be with the local Linux box,
> > > either the ssh app or the vncviewer app.
> > 
> > Could this be something to do with Nagle algorithm or other tunable
> > parameters in the networking? Turning on Nagle usually increases useful
> > throughput on a busy connection, but it hurts latency, which can be a
> > worry for interactive use.
> > 
> > With Linux you can turn Nagle on or off according to taste. I think so
> > for MS-Windows also. It could be just a matter of default settings on
> > the two systems nbeing different.
> > 

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