Implement BBR Acceleration Through Docker on OpenVZ Architecture

In October last year, I bought a small OpenVZ architecture host in Los Angeles with 768M memory, and Kcptun was configured in early November when the speed was increased from 100Kb/s to 1.7Mb/s. At the same time, it also brings several inconvenient problems like the retransmission rate is high, which is a little better than the bilateral tools such as Finalspeed, bug it is still much higher than the simple use of Shadowsocks. In addition, as a bilateral acceleration tool on Android, Kcptun is still easy to install on the client, but there are some obstacles on Linux and Windows. It is often not working properly after the lock screen or the network is reconnected.

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