Hi, I am glad to be the part of this fantastic linux! I have dual boot with Windows 10.
On Windows 10 I got 180 Mbps download / 40mbps upload while on endeavouros linux I got max 20 Mbps download/ and about 4 Mbps upload. Ping are bit higher on linux than on windows.
Now the questions is how I can fix my broadband on linux? I even tried broadband via cable but speedtest are same and slower on my linux. Would be happy to hear any tips, recommendation which would fix my broadband.
If you are going to provide data please provide data that demonstrates the issue you’re actually having, not some other issue or an unrelated situation. A slow speed test while downloading a load of data (or your broadband connection is otherwise in use) is absolutely to be expected.
Again, if you suspect your broadband connection to have an issue then talk to your ISP as you are paying them for the service.
While I personally can’t help you, I do have one request that will help find the issue.
Can you post the results of inxi -Fxxz ? This will tell the people here trying to help you some important information. For example, what kernel you are using, what network adapter do you have, and what driver is being used. There have been issues in the past where certain kernels and drivers did not work well together. This can cause a difference in speed between Windows and Linux.
Hopefully this information will help further find and fix the issue you are having.
There is tun0 which is VPN connection, we mentioned it before. It’s works now. I just simply changed from UDP to TCP and connect to VPN via openvpn with no client which I was used and downloaded from aur before. I apologise for the confusion, I have messed things up a bit but finally it works. Thank you for your help.