• dispatch-proxy : a means of faster internet access using multiple I

    From =?UTF-8?B?SsOpcsOpbXkgTGFs?=@21:1/5 to All on Wed Mar 10 19:50:02 2021
    Le mer. 10 mars 2021 à 19:20, Ryan Nowakowski <tubaman@fattuba.com> a
    écrit :

    On Tue, Oct 06, 2020 at 03:06:01PM +0530, Susmita/Rajib wrote:
    My post at the Debian Forums may please be perused here:
    Faster internet access by parallelly using multiple ISPs http://forums.debian.net/viewtopic.php?f=5&t=147081#p727593

    There's a software named DISPATCH-PROXY that ostensively helps in such opportunity:
    https://github.com/alexkirsz/dispatch-proxy#readme

    Has any of my team leaders used this software?

    I have a query:
    In debian there are many a nodejs package. If someone using Debian has
    used this software with nodejs package, could i be helped please?

    I tried to reach by emailing the developer Dr. Alexandre Kirszenberg,
    but haven't been able to hear from him yet.

    Could anyone help please?

    I haven't ever used dispatch-proxy but I've used shorewall[1] on my
    router to load-balance among multiple ISPs[2]. The router-side solution
    is nice because then any clients behind that router automatically get
    the benefit of load balancing. Also, since it's tranparent to the
    client, clients don't need to use any special proxy settings.

    The downside is that, by default, shorewall load balances based on route
    so the threaded downloader-type client won't necessarily see a boost.


    Not that i like opening cans of worms, but tcp multipath is supposed to
    address that use case ?
    And it's a CONFIG_MPTCP flag away, apparently.
    However i stumbled upon https://multipath-quic.org/ just now ! It's
    incredible !

    <div dir="ltr"><div dir="ltr"><br></div><br><div class="gmail_quote"><div dir="ltr" class="gmail_attr">Le mer. 10 mars 2021 à 19:20, Ryan Nowakowski &lt;<a href="mailto:tubaman@fattuba.com">tubaman@fattuba.com</a>&gt; a écrit :<br></div><blockquote
    class="gmail_quote" style="margin:0px 0px 0px 0.8ex;border-left:1px solid rgb(204,204,204);padding-left:1ex">On Tue, Oct 06, 2020 at 03:06:01PM +0530, Susmita/Rajib wrote:<br>
    &gt; My post at the Debian Forums may please be perused here:<br>
    &gt; Faster internet access by parallelly using multiple ISPs<br>
    &gt; <a href="http://forums.debian.net/viewtopic.php?f=5&amp;t=147081#p727593" rel="noreferrer" target="_blank">http://forums.debian.net/viewtopic.php?f=5&amp;t=147081#p727593</a><br>
    &gt; <br>
    &gt; There&#39;s a software named DISPATCH-PROXY that ostensively helps in such<br>
    &gt; opportunity:<br>
    &gt; <a href="https://github.com/alexkirsz/dispatch-proxy#readme" rel="noreferrer" target="_blank">https://github.com/alexkirsz/dispatch-proxy#readme</a><br>
    &gt; <br>
    &gt; Has any of my team leaders used this software?<br>
    &gt; <br>
    &gt; I have a query:<br>
    &gt; In debian there are many a nodejs package. If someone using Debian has<br> &gt; used this software with nodejs package, could i be helped please?<br>
    &gt; <br>
    &gt; I tried to reach by emailing the developer Dr. Alexandre Kirszenberg,<br> &gt; but haven&#39;t been able to hear from him yet.<br>
    &gt; <br>
    &gt; Could anyone help please?<br>

    I haven&#39;t ever used dispatch-proxy but I&#39;ve used shorewall[1] on my<br> router to load-balance among multiple ISPs[2].  The router-side solution<br> is nice because then any clients behind that router automatically get<br>
    the benefit of load balancing.  Also, since it&#39;s tranparent to the<br> client, clients don&#39;t need to use any special proxy settings.<br>

    The downside is that, by default, shorewall load balances based on route<br>
    so the threaded downloader-type client won&#39;t necessarily see a boost.<br></blockquote><div><br></div><div>Not that i like opening cans of worms, but tcp multipath is supposed to</div><div>address that use case ?</div><div>And it&#39;s a CONFIG_MPTCP
    flag away, apparently.</div><div>However i stumbled upon <a href="https://multipath-quic.org/">https://multipath-quic.org/</a> just now ! It&#39;s incredible !<br><br></div></div></div>

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  • From Ryan Nowakowski@21:1/5 to All on Wed Mar 10 19:30:01 2021
    On Tue, Oct 06, 2020 at 03:06:01PM +0530, Susmita/Rajib wrote:
    My post at the Debian Forums may please be perused here:
    Faster internet access by parallelly using multiple ISPs http://forums.debian.net/viewtopic.php?f=5&t=147081#p727593

    There's a software named DISPATCH-PROXY that ostensively helps in such opportunity:
    https://github.com/alexkirsz/dispatch-proxy#readme

    Has any of my team leaders used this software?

    I have a query:
    In debian there are many a nodejs package. If someone using Debian has
    used this software with nodejs package, could i be helped please?

    I tried to reach by emailing the developer Dr. Alexandre Kirszenberg,
    but haven't been able to hear from him yet.

    Could anyone help please?

    I haven't ever used dispatch-proxy but I've used shorewall[1] on my
    router to load-balance among multiple ISPs[2]. The router-side solution
    is nice because then any clients behind that router automatically get
    the benefit of load balancing. Also, since it's tranparent to the
    client, clients don't need to use any special proxy settings.

    The downside is that, by default, shorewall load balances based on route
    so the threaded downloader-type client won't necessarily see a boost.

    [1] https://packages.debian.org/buster/shorewall
    [1] https://shorewall.org/MultiISP.html

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  • From Ryan Nowakowski@21:1/5 to All on Wed Mar 10 21:50:02 2021
    On Wed, Mar 10, 2021 at 07:47:22PM +0100, Jrmy Lal wrote:
    Le mer. 10 mars 2021 19:20, Ryan Nowakowski <tubaman@fattuba.com> a
    crit :
    I haven't ever used dispatch-proxy but I've used shorewall[1] on my
    router to load-balance among multiple ISPs[2]. The router-side solution
    is nice because then any clients behind that router automatically get
    the benefit of load balancing. Also, since it's tranparent to the
    client, clients don't need to use any special proxy settings.

    The downside is that, by default, shorewall load balances based on route
    so the threaded downloader-type client won't necessarily see a boost.


    Not that i like opening cans of worms, but tcp multipath is supposed to address that use case ?
    And it's a CONFIG_MPTCP flag away, apparently.
    However i stumbled upon https://multipath-quic.org/ just now ! It's incredible !

    Mulitpath TCP and multipath quic require both the client and server to
    support them. But yes, that's probably the real solution[tm] to this kind
    of problem.

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