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Hello, Just so you guys all know we have WireGuard coming soon to our desktop apps, its currently in the works and will be applied to ALL servers Regards

So what speeds you too are getting with the vpn on and vpn off. This thread has turned into a mess; just speedtest  screenshots would be nice. Just wanted to know before I unsubscribe from this thread

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19 hours ago, 19807409 said:

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So what speeds you too are getting with the vpn on and vpn off. This thread has turned into a mess; just speedtest  screenshots would be nice. Just wanted to know before I unsubscribe from this thread.

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Speed Test from https://www.nperf.com/.

That's using a dedicated WireGuard server. OpenVPN is much slower (average 10 times slower download speed) even when connecting to a close server.

The download/upload speeds are quite close to my ISP speeds. Ping response could do better.

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I have 250/250 without VPN with OpenVPN i get 150/90 with WireGuard i get around 220/200

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1: No VPN

2: OpenVPN

3: Wireguard

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It was run on a machine with a i9 9900k, so not CPU limited on a 1000/1000 fiber connection. Can't wait to try out WireGuard on my NAS, when you can use dedicated IPs. The NAS is CPU bottlenecked right now on OpenVPN at around 200 Mbps up/down.

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9 hours ago, luffzter said:

1: No VPN

2: OpenVPN

3: Wireguard

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It was run on a machine with a i9 9900k, so not CPU limited on a 1000/1000 fiber connection. Can't wait to try out WireGuard on my NAS, when you can use dedicated IPs. The NAS is CPU bottlenecked right now on OpenVPN at around 200 Mbps up/down.

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