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After a lot of good comments to my question I was able to dive deeper into the problem and here is the conclusion: First I downloaded HWiNFO and monitored the idle states of my processors. HWiNFO offers an option to record performance, which I did for a couple of minutes while my software capturing usb camera data was running with first 3 minutes: Plugged ...


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ssh remote1 "cat /path/file" | pv --rate-limit 1M | ssh remote2 "cat > /path/file" Similar methods can be used to transfer multiple files at once: ssh remote1 "cd /path && tar -cz file1 file2" | pv -L 1M | ssh remote2 "cd /path && tar -xz"


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Windows Update is very good at not getting in your way when you are using the computer. In Windows 10, I have never even noticed it using the network while I'm on the computer. If this is not your case, you may limit its use of the network connection. Windows Settings You will find it in Settings > Windows Update > Delivery Optimisation > Advanced ...


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Half duplex is almost always more efficient and faster. For any data channel you have limited bandwidth, declaring something "full duplex" doesn't change that. Your DSL line has to allocate different parts of its bandwidth to uploading vs downloading. Wifi signals can only transmit so much before they start interfering. Generally if you allocate ...


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Some protocols are inherently send-and-wait, these include USB 2 (and below), Modbus, and 1-wire protocol. In these protocols, there is one controller, and several devices. The Controller interrogates a Device, and waits for a reply. Until the Device replies (or is timed out), the Controller can't interrogate another device. With these protocols there is ...


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With the exception of some networking connections (e.g., router to internet, server to local network), most usage - whether older serial or parallel, USB, ethernet or almost anything else is mostly one direction either all the time or most of the time. Some examples, in both low and high (relatively) speed connections: Keyboard, mouse, other user input - ...


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Full duplex requires more than half duplex. Typically full duplex is achieved by having two separate data paths. That means two sets of wires, separate sets of transmission and receiving electronics and a controller that has both input and output buffers and electronics. Half duplex is simpler, has lower requirements and just needs you to have some form of ...


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Solved by placing Fasttrack rules on top of firewall list


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