SG-1000 speed issues
skilbjo last edited by
Hi there, I just opened and set up my new SG-1000. Bravo!
Before it was set up: I am receiving 88mbps down tonight when I directly connect my laptop to my modem, per google's speed test.
After it was set up: However, with pfsense, when directly connected to the SG-1000 I am only receiving 10-15mbp down per google's speed test. I power-cycled my modem a few times and am unfortunately still receiving the same speeds.
I purchased the SG-1000 because I thought it had a gigabit connection or at least 100gbp down… however I am seeing a fraction of this in practice.
Am I missing a setup issue?
gama71 last edited by
Hi, i received my sg-1000 and have unfortunately the same result, troughput is really low.
i did a test with a celeron 1Ghz on a board with dual 100Mb ethernet , connexion was 60Mbits compare to direct connexion around 90. The sg-1000 is giving 18/ 35.
Too much loss, i was expecting a lot better :(.
i tries again, my connexion is a bit slow today,
SG-1000 : 8Mb down , 3 mb up
Celeron 1Ghz : 30Mb down, 3 mbup
direct connexion to modem : 39 / 3
Are you seeing similar results to multiple test servers?
How about just downloading a file from a known high speed source?
I would not expect the SG-1000 to introduce any sort of a restriction on a connection that's less than 100Mbps.
Are you seeing any errors on the interfaces?
Any variation between snapshots?
gama71 last edited by
Hi, i'm doing a simple speedtest with my internet provider (cable connection).
Speed is changing a bit from 30 to 40Mb , but i haave always the same ratio with the sg-1000, i'm around 33%.
i'm using version 2.3. on my celeron, the one on the sg-1000 is 2.4 beta
Is it the same configuration on both systems? What features are enabled?
What is the CPU usage like on the SG-1000 during the test? ("top -aSH" from a shell prompt)
Are there any interface errors showing on Status > Interfaces? What does the interface speed/duplex show?
skilbjo last edited by
Hey there, I opened a ticket with customer support and we are working through some strategies. Something however that really helped was this:
Interfaces -> WAN -> General Configuration, change Speed and Duplex from automatic to 100base TX full-duplex. With that change, I've bumped up my speed test from 10-15mbs to 40-50mbps. I don't know why telling it explicitly which speed to use helped, but it did.
I am seeing CPU usage a little high during speed tests (~60% CPU usage), so we are going to debug a bit more to see if we can get it closer to the speed w/o the device (90mbs).
matt1544 last edited by
Came here to report the same thing. My former "homebrew" pfsense box runs 130-140 Mbits/s without fail. However, as soon as I hooked up the SG-1000 (with same configuration otherwise) I drop to 15-30 Mbits/s. (See attached, before 1/7/17 vs after.)
This is probably actually fast enough for 85% of our normal residential use, but I would access to the full speeds I pay for.
I tried the WAN speed setting that skilbjo mentions above, but it didn't seem to do anything in quick testing. (but I'll try it for a few days and see what happens.)
Any other advice? Worth putting in a ticket for this?
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See my post a few entries up and post the items I mentioned, also, post the output of this command:
sysctl -a | grep cpsw
matt1544 last edited by
thanks. will get to the items you mentioned. meanwhile, here is the output of sysctl -a | grep cpsw from my box:
Shell Output - sysctl -a | grep cpsw dev.etherswitch.0.%parent: cpswss0 dev.miibus.1.%parent: cpsw1 dev.miibus.0.%parent: cpsw0 dev.cpsw.1.%parent: cpswss0 dev.cpsw.1.%pnpinfo: dev.cpsw.1.%location: dev.cpsw.1.%driver: cpsw dev.cpsw.1.%desc: Ethernet Switch Port dev.cpsw.0.%parent: cpswss0 dev.cpsw.0.%pnpinfo: dev.cpsw.0.%location: dev.cpsw.0.%driver: cpsw dev.cpsw.0.%desc: Ethernet Switch Port dev.cpsw.%parent: dev.cpswss.0.watchdog.resets: 0 dev.cpswss.0.queue.rx.longestChain: 0 dev.cpswss.0.queue.rx.queueRestart: 0 dev.cpswss.0.queue.rx.totalDequeued: 3838177 dev.cpswss.0.queue.rx.totalEnqueued: 3838561 dev.cpswss.0.queue.rx.maxAvailBuffers: 110 dev.cpswss.0.queue.rx.availBuffers: 0 dev.cpswss.0.queue.rx.maxActiveBuffers: 384 dev.cpswss.0.queue.rx.activeBuffers: 384 dev.cpswss.0.queue.rx.totalBuffers: 384 dev.cpswss.0.queue.tx.longestChain: 6 dev.cpswss.0.queue.tx.queueRestart: 0 dev.cpswss.0.queue.tx.totalDequeued: 4563228 dev.cpswss.0.queue.tx.totalEnqueued: 4563228 dev.cpswss.0.queue.tx.maxAvailBuffers: 128 dev.cpswss.0.queue.tx.availBuffers: 128 dev.cpswss.0.queue.tx.maxActiveBuffers: 8 dev.cpswss.0.queue.tx.activeBuffers: 0 dev.cpswss.0.queue.tx.totalBuffers: 128 dev.cpswss.0.stats.GoodRxFrames: 3880465 dev.cpswss.0.stats.BroadcastRxFrames: 14793 dev.cpswss.0.stats.MulticastRxFrames: 40445 dev.cpswss.0.stats.PauseRxFrames: 0 dev.cpswss.0.stats.RxCrcErrors: 293 dev.cpswss.0.stats.RxAlignErrors: 103 dev.cpswss.0.stats.OversizeRxFrames: 0 dev.cpswss.0.stats.RxJabbers: 0 dev.cpswss.0.stats.ShortRxFrames: 0 dev.cpswss.0.stats.RxFragments: 4479 dev.cpswss.0.stats.RxOctets: 3514843195 dev.cpswss.0.stats.GoodTxFrames: 4009902 dev.cpswss.0.stats.BroadcastTxFrames: 236 dev.cpswss.0.stats.MulticastTxFrames: 1960 dev.cpswss.0.stats.PauseTxFrames: 0 dev.cpswss.0.stats.DeferredTxFrames: 0 dev.cpswss.0.stats.CollisionsTxFrames: 0 dev.cpswss.0.stats.SingleCollisionTxFrames: 0 dev.cpswss.0.stats.MultipleCollisionTxFrames: 0 dev.cpswss.0.stats.ExcessiveCollisions: 0 dev.cpswss.0.stats.LateCollisions: 0 dev.cpswss.0.stats.TxUnderrun: 0 dev.cpswss.0.stats.CarrierSenseErrors: 0 dev.cpswss.0.stats.TxOctets: 3559792735 dev.cpswss.0.stats.RxTx64OctetFrames: 69663 dev.cpswss.0.stats.RxTx65to127OctetFrames: 2387733 dev.cpswss.0.stats.RxTx128to255OctetFrames: 320328 dev.cpswss.0.stats.RxTx256to511OctetFrames: 344107 dev.cpswss.0.stats.RxTx512to1024OctetFrames: 334674 dev.cpswss.0.stats.RxTx1024upOctetFrames: 4434261 dev.cpswss.0.stats.NetOctets: 7074772555 dev.cpswss.0.stats.RxStartOfFrameOverruns: 2 dev.cpswss.0.stats.RxMiddleOfFrameOverruns: 0 dev.cpswss.0.stats.RxDmaOverruns: 0 dev.cpswss.0.ports.1.uptime: 14359 dev.cpswss.0.ports.0.uptime: 14361 dev.cpswss.0.intr_coalesce_us: 0 dev.cpswss.0.attachedSecs: 14505 dev.cpswss.0.rx_batch: 0 dev.cpswss.0.debug: 0 dev.cpswss.0.%parent: simplebus0 dev.cpswss.0.%pnpinfo: name=ethernet@4a100000 compat=ti,am335x-cpsw dev.cpswss.0.%location: dev.cpswss.0.%driver: cpswss dev.cpswss.0.%desc: 3-port Switch Ethernet Subsystem dev.cpswss.%parent:
dev.cpswss.0.stats.RxCrcErrors: 293 dev.cpswss.0.stats.RxAlignErrors: 103
That would seem to imply that one of the ports (unfortunately it doesn't know which) was receiving some bad data from its peer. Though in other "slow" cases we've seen these counters much, much higher.
It could be an indication of a cabling or speed negotiation problem, but it's usually at L1 or L2. Swap cables/ports, check speed/duplex, etc.
W4RH34D last edited by
These things are perfect for our redundant T1 lines.