I'm using scp for remote copy.
I'm using opmanager with snmp to monitor the interface.
On Wed, Feb 10, 2010 at 3:21 PM, <tar23@...> wrote:
> On 2/10/2010 11:49 AM, Douglas Pasqua wrote:
>> Ipcop version: 1.9.9.
> 1.9.9 is a beta test version, and two point releases behind at that. It's
> not recommended for production use. Questions should probably be addressed
> to the Developer's Group,after you've updated to 1.9.11 and retested.
> 1.4.x has "traffic shaping" qos type functionality, but it's not enabled by
> So What is wrong with ipcop ?
> Hard telling. If you read the 1.9 release notes, you would see:
> "v1.9.11 is a BETA version, *DO NOT* use in a productive environment.
> Some things will work, for example cleaning your harddisk on installation.
> Some things may work.
> Some things will not work."
> What are you using to test it? Web based speed tests are not terribly
> accurate. The one at speakeasy.net is pretty decent, at least from within
> the continental US. I find ftp transfers are a more consistent test. Try
> it on the IPCop box itself, and from a host behind it.