I want some suggestion regarding our network issue:
From our office location to our DC ==> it's ~270msc(office and DC lies in different countries). As, you can already see here latency is the major concern for us. At working hours i've complains network is too slow while download/upload of files(even small size files as well).
Network wise: cisco routers in office, we've 100Mbps internet(ipsec-BGP) ===> connection towards our DC.
Earlier, i've did some theoretical calculation of throughput = ~2.5Mbps what i got out of 100Mpbs pipe.
Proposals to solve issue:
1) Increase the bandwidth upto 1Gpbs, will that help for such long distance latency?
2) Replacing cisco routers in location with juniper srx(in remote office), not sure how it's gonna help but it's point.
3) Using WAN-Optimizer(im totally new to this) anyway will this help?
I would like to simulate high latency(as of ~270msc) in my lab, this way i can be sure if replacing cisco with juniper may be any help. In, order to do so is there any such commands to simulate latency between devices in same lab(although their latency is ~10msc, i want to those devices to see next hop as ~270msc)
All suggestions are welcome :)
Thanks & Regards,