Wondering what kind of single thread performance folk are seeing on 900/115 FTTP.
I just got Zen 900/115 FTTP installed.
Not sure really what are reasonable expectations for single threaded performance on FTTP. What is everyone else seeing (Both on Zen and other providers).
Using multithreaded testers I don't seem to have any big issue saturating the link. But, for instance, Fast.com will only saturate if you go above the default 8 threads to something higher than 20. Ookla gets there by itself when set to multithreaded (eventually, it takes a while to climb. Though the Ookla speed tests in single threaded mode, and TBB own single threaded test, both seem to peak around 50-60mbps, which is about in line with the Fast.com result.
Of course my sense of scale is totally distorted by the now massive headline speed. 50-60mbps wasn't far off my total connection capability for FTTC (several times greater for upload, actually), so in a way I feel in some ways I may be griping over nothing, but at the same time if there is extra performance I should reasonably (or even unreasonably!) be getting, then I'm keen to tune things up to the maximum possible, or hound for increased traffic priority, better routing, etc.
I plan on trying PPPoE from a gigabit laptop in Linux direct to the ONT to eliminate as much as possible any router / Windows OS issues, though I've already disabled all the router QOS/IDS stuff as that was knobbling the connection significantly due to CPU constraint (Ubiquiti USG 4 Pro).
Pings are great (ignore any cruft at the beginning of the graph, it was up and down a bit while I was setting up, and getting rid of the QOS stuff).
Thanks for any insight!