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Il 19/12/2019 16:07, Neil Waldhauer ha scritto:
On 12/18/19 12:17 pm, Massimo S. wrote:
i've read a very long thread (eg. os2world) about datarates issues with modern
connections like fttc or (pure) fiber
here my connection is an FTTC 100Megabit/sec downstreaming and 20Megabit/sec upstreaming
my experience with AOS 5.0.x or eCS 2.x is mixed, some good darates, some very poor
which kind of connections do you have?
how is your experience with datarates?
I have a slow connection at my office, but a fast connection downtown. Downtown is 2300 Mb/s up and down. They essentially have a backbone connection, but they don't expose the full speed. (They won't bond the fibers into a faster connection yet.) How can I run a decent speed test on my next trip downtown?
i simply connect my laptop (dell xps 15) and download a file from "famous" websites
e.g. https://www.microsoft.com/it-IT/download/details.aspx?id=42335 https://www.ubuntu-it.org/download
using my cisco router as gateway i get decent downloads datarates e.g. 6.9-8MegaBytes/sec
if i use my Xeon 4 Cores 2,4Ghz, 4GB ram, eC2.1 (running on bare metal) with all the latest AN nov2018 drivers (with Injoy FW 4.2.2) i get very poor download datarates e.b. about 2.5MegaBytes/sec
this is the situation here
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