I think that my vero 4K+ is of the problematic ones regarding the gigabit speed.
I order it July 26 and received it September 18th.
Iperf3 tests are giving me speeds from 50 to 200 mbits most of the time.
If I reboot vero it might reach 500 mbits but after a while drops back to area of 100.
With the –R option I get a full speed of 950 mbits.
I have tested with different switches and cables (even cat7) – no difference.
With the same equipment, using a simple PC in place of vero, I get 950+ mbits.
My first vero 4K, not a 4K+, might reproduce high bandwidth movie better than the 4K+ using exactly the same cabling and switch!
What can be done?
Which side gives you low performance, TX or RX?
You can contact email@example.com to have it replaced if the problem is in the TX direction.
it’s the Tx direction, iperf client is the vero and iperf sever my NAS
OK – I would suggest you contact firstname.lastname@example.org then
The thread I posted about slow speeds has been locked. I had about 500 on my 4k+ and it was suggested that my old OS might be the bottleneck. I bought a new nic for the server that helped a smidge but not much.
Today I finally upgraded the mediaserver to a moders OS and imediatly tested iperf3.
Server to vero4k+ via ethernetcables and a Meraki gigabit switch gives me about 950 both ways.
Basically i want to tell you you were right and I am very happy with this speed. I am a little sad to leave a familiar environment but it was foremost security reasons that made me do it and the extra speed is a nice bonus.
Yes – we resolved any problematic devices and fixed the problem for future batches.
Glad to hear you’re getting better speeds after some changes.