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2 port 10Gbe NIC Performance half of expected

I'm having trouble getting my expected throughput of a Intel dual port 82599EB 10-Gigabit. I've tried many things and want to know if there's anything I could try that I've missed. My hardware ...
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Multipath tcp application-level performance measurement

I am working on a project related to Multipath tcp and I want to measure the goodput and the RTT at the application level. I don't want to use a traditional tool(netperf, iperf, ...) and I want to ...
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Throughput decreases after MTU 5000

I am trying to test throughput between two computers directly connected through 1 GbE and testing with iperf. I am getting a throughput around 980Mbps when MTU is between 5000 and 5050, however it ...
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Difference between bandwidth and actual speed ? [duplicate]

I leased a line from an ISP that offers me a bandwidth of 4mb/s.But I receive only a speed of 160 kbps when downloading files over internet.I found that the actual speed I receive is the ISP ...
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How does the link speed affect TCP throughput? [closed]

Can someone explain to me how data is transmitted over a network using TCP/IP? Let's say I currently receive 500 Mbps of data over a 1 Gbps line right now. If I upgrade the line to 10 Gbps, would my ...
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Throughput and why do ISPs sell too much bandwidth? [closed]

I hope the question made sense how I worded it. :) I've been wondering, maximum theoretical bandwidth is measured as RWIN/RTT (Window size / round trip time) Wikipedia Calculate TCP throughput ...
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Why would I get slower uploads on a Windows machine than my Mac?

I have a proprietary app, written in Java, that uploads files to a server via multiple HTTPS POST requests. There's a Mac version and a Windows version. On the Mac, we easily get 3-5mbps upload ...
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Sharing files between multiple computers?

At my school, we have 13 iMacs that we use to make our yearbook. Currently our school has some servers for us, but since we work with so many files ( thousands of pictures, most of which are ~3MB ) it ...
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Does 1 Gbit/s port in full-duplex mean 1 Gbit/s send and 1 Gbit/s receive?

I'm figuring out the best router for me based on their performance. When you have a 1 Gbit/s port in full-duplex, does that mean you can send 1 Gbit/s and receive 1 Gbit/s at the same ...
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886 views

Slow file sharing speed over LAN

I have two ASUS UL80 laptops and trying to copy files from one to another. I also have a Linksys router with WiFI on. The speed of a file transfer via router + LAN cable (or only the LAN cable) is ...
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Maximum throughput for a network switch for multiple simultaneous transfers between different ports

On a typical network switch each port runs at a designed maximum speed, eg: 100Mb/s But is there a limit to the maximum transfer rate between all ports of the switch at a given time? I am guessing ...
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How do I increase wireless network throughput to above 4mb?

Router: Linksys WRT610N (Simultaneous Dual Band) PC: Windows 7 MAC: Snow Leopard Max transfer speed: 4mbytes/sec Other tidbits: Wireless connection strength: Good. Both signals above 85%. I find ...
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Win7 -> Server 2008: Mapped drives take a long time to open

First, the configuration: I have a desktop and a laptop running Windows 7. I have a server running Windows Server 2008 Enterprise Edition. The workstation and server connect to the same Gigabit ...