[ENet-discuss] Bandwidth throttling?

Pablo de Heras Ciechomski pablo.deheras at gmail.com
Sat Feb 21 16:03:47 PST 2015

Is it because I should allow fragmentation too? Meaning that if I don't
allow fragmentation a packet that has not yet arrived will stall the
others? All packets are sent unreliable.

So confused now,


On Sun, Feb 22, 2015 at 1:00 AM, Pablo de Heras Ciechomski <
pablo.deheras at gmail.com> wrote:

> Hello Lee, hello all,
> I have a streaming server where I have a rather high outgoing bandwidth
> (14Mbit) and I set the server and client to 0 limit that is unlimited or no
> bandwidth limitation. I have several clients connecting on LAN and at most
> if one gets lagged behind that is that (a low end machine that has to cope
> with the bandwidth but it does not affect the rest). Now the weird part. I
> told a friend of mine to connect from the other side of the globe and all
> of a sudden both of us are lagged. I see on the server that it gets updated
> and indeed generates the data as it should but now both of us are throttled
> to the very limited bandwidth of my friend even if my other client is on
> the LAN. I am sending with ENET_PACKET_FLAG_UNSEQUENCED so neither of us
> should be affected by the other (waiting for a packet to arrive). What
> gives? I tried it to someone geographically not far away and it was smooth.
> The packets are large and unreliable and broadcasted (tried it sending to
> individual peers but it did not change a thing).
> Confused,
> Pablo
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