Changes between Version 148 and Version 149 of doc/FireFoxTorPerf


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Apr 23, 2010, 10:48:33 AM (9 years ago)
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    2323 * [http://www.speedguide.net/downloads.php TCPOptimizer (win32)]
    2424 * [http://www.speedguide.net/read_articles.php?id=1497 Event ID 4226 Patcher (win32)]
     25 * DNS Latency
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    2527=== Tor Button - enable / disable Tor access in FireFox ===
    2628This provides an optional button or text in the bottom right of the browser window in Firefox. This allows you to switch Tor on and off.
     
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    5254Use the Event ID 4226 Patcher to mitigate against this.
     55
     56=== DNS Latency - Reducing Latency ===
     57You can use [http://www.opendns.org OpenDNS] to reduce your DNS latency for all operating systems.
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    5459== Procedure 3 - A Tor SLA (Service Level Agreement) ==
     
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    126131== The proof is in the pudding ==
    127 With the changes made from Procedure 2 and 3, and a 2Mb connection, you can realise a sustained throughput of >100k, peaking at ~256k, with a ping response time of between 250 and 900ms. TOR at version 0.2.x.x uses an Asynchronous DNS resolver, the DNS tips above are still indeterminate for TOR traffic.
     132With the changes made from Procedure 2 and 3, and a 2Mb connection, you can realise a sustained throughput of >100k, peaking at ~256k, with a ping response time of between 250 and 900ms.
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    128134These figures were arrived at by using [http://speedtest.net SpeedTest.net]