Running Nextcloud 17 yet? Whaddayathink?
Is 17 still in beta? I'm running 16.06 on the Stable channel and the upgrade hasn't shown up as available yet.
I've setup Mautic for a client that seems to handle what you're looking for. You could create multiple target segments each with their own creative. It handled double opt-in as well as opt-outs automatically. You can setup contact frequency rules...etc. Could be worth a look.
I no longer have this client but for the 3+ years I supported them, they used Mautic as their email list platform.
@JaredBusch it has "delete device". I don't know if it removes the remote agent. But it makes the remote agent useless at least. I've never tested to see what the remote agent does when that option is selected. But it definitely removes it from MC itself.
Interesting behaviour I just observed when I tested this. I can click on the "Delete device" option and it does momentarily remove it from my MC installation however the remote device immediately returns to the MC My Devices dashboard. It looks like there may be a bug that prevents it from being removed if the remote agent is still running on the remote device.
Are you testing the full speed, or the speed only inside of the tunnel?
VPNs by their very nature have to add performance overhead. First you add latency by encrypting the traffic, then the resulting payload has to be larger than the original data, then once received it has to be decrypted again which adds more latency. The added latency makes it slower for data transfers because normal transfer methods wait for responses from the other end and the added latency causes it to wait and not utilize the full bandwidth. Some streaming transfers can overcome this, but normal protocols count on the low latency.
I wanted to test how fast I could transfer files between the 2 so the short answer to your question is, yes, I'm trying to see what the max speed is that I can get.
I totally get that I'm going to face some overhead but I wasn't expecting this. And the encrypting/decrypting activity would translate to higher CPU usage but I'm definitely not seeing anything that tells me CPU is bogged down. CPU usage during file transfer is below 20%. Unless this activity is pegging a single thread meaning I wouldn't see a CPU bottleneck when looking at utilization, I'm not sure this is the issue.
I'm seeing anywhere between 5ms and 12ms either direction when pinging.
Was doing some testing between 2 devices (Windows PCs at each end), each connected to a 500Mbps ISP (tested multiple times to verify) and when I transfer a file between those 2 PCs, the best I can get is around 200Mbps regardless of the direction of the file transfer. Both PCs are running Core i5, 8GB RAM and 500GB SSDs so there shouldn't be a bottleneck at either PC end.
Has anyone been able to get better than 200Mbps across ZeroTier? Just wondering if this is where it will max out.
Was planning on using this to setup remote Veeam backups.