On Fri, Nov 02, 2018 at 02:58:54PM +0200, Doron Behar wrote:
On Tue, Oct 30, 2018 at 11:15:39PM +0200, Doron Behar wrote:
> I'm having a problem when I run connman only at home, I keep getting
> this error repeatedly in the journal:
> Oct 30 22:42:31 NUC connmand: Error with UDP server
> According to a reverse whois search, the server IPV6 address specified
> in the message belongs to my ISP.
> Additionally, I feel like at home my internet connection is much slower
> then when I connect to my Android Hotspot WiFi.
> Even if I configure this connection with IPV6 off the error persists.
> It feels like a problem on my ISP's side but how can I debug this?
In comparison to systemd-networkd, I don't experience such a slow
internet connection as I do with connman. I've tested my speed with
`fast.com` and while paying my ISP for a 100 Mbps download speed I get a
result of 93 Mbps with systemd-networkd and 54 Mbps with connman.
Oh right I think I've fixed it, my `/etc/resolv.conf` didn't have any
lines in it and when I used systemd-networkd I've also enabled
`systemd-resolved` and that's why my internet connection was so slow
Thanks anyway, this thread is solved for me.