[Udpcast] Two or more clients drops bandwith by 2 orders of magnitude
woquendo at gmail.com
Wed Jul 7 05:34:19 CEST 2021
Hi, thanks for your answer.
Do you mean making sure of that when doing the test by using udpcast? in
that case how? I cannot find explicitly how to do that in the manual.
In any case I re run the test (after a power failure) and things are
scaling better now, as expected. I do not know why ...
Thanks for udpcast
On Sat, Jul 3, 2021 at 5:17 AM Brent Kimberley <Brent.Kimberley at durham.ca>
> Please ensure you are using UDP/IGMP.
> Hi, (I hope this list is still active)
> I am a newbie. I am testing multicast support on three computers connected
> through a gigabit switch. When only the server, ran as (rand.bin is a 1Gb
> udp-sender --interface eth1 --file rand.bin
> and ONE client
> udp-receiver --file rand.bin
> are connected, the bandwidth is around 937.32 Mbps, which is very good. But
> with two or more clients if consistently drops to 11 Mbps
> I would expect to bandwidth to decrease as 1/N, where N is the number of
> What am I missing?
> I am using a dumb switch.
> Best regards / Cordialmente,
> William-Fernando Oquendo
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