[WireGuard] Single client connecting to server multiple times

Baptiste Jonglez baptiste at bitsofnetworks.org
Fri Jul 1 11:37:51 CEST 2016

On Fri, Jul 01, 2016 at 10:15:14AM +0100, tiernan at tiernanotoole.net wrote:
> So, I tried installing it, and managed to get it to work, but have not
> managed to get much performance increases from it, compared to
> OpenVPN... Are there tweaks that need to be made? On both machines, I am
> listening on a dedicated port, and on the local machine it has its local
> ip set to the public IP of the given Network adapter (both public
> IPs). The upstream server uses the same IP, but listens on different
> ports...

> I seem to be maxing out (using iperf) at about 1mb/s, but if I move to
> OpenVPN, I am getting a lot more (10-20 in some cases, other times over
> 300... the link is a 360/36mb cable modem).

That seems really, really low, given your hardware.  Are you testing with
wireguard + the quagga load-balancing magic on top, or are you just
testing each wireguard tunnel separately as a first step?

> Cpu info is at http://termbin.com/0z24
> Version is at http://termbin.com/yux0
> There is no config or config.gz in my proc folder... Which seems weird... Will send on the others now.

On Debian, the kernel config is available at /boot/config-$(uname -r)
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