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Questions tagged [speed]

For questions about network speed. Like bandwidth this tag is suitable when your question is about network congestion, speed, throughput and of course low bandwidth/speed problems.

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Will the data transfer with the destination on the same LAN network be routed through the internet when the WAN IP is used?

I'm planning to set up a Nextcloud locally. I will be using my own domain with a DNS record to connect to my WAN IP and port forward the needed ports to the local machine running Nextcloud. Now of ...
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Is there any method for checking Router with Server network speed?

I have a Server that have a low network speed. I want to find the crux of the problem of low speed. I want to test the Server between its Router's network speed. So, is there any way for doing ...
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How ISP limits subscriber speed on GPON/FTTH (GPON Architecture technical question) [closed]

What I mean with my question is: every ISP gives each client a X speed, like 100 Mbps, 400 Mbps, etc. In DOCSIS technology, they can set the speed limit on the ISP Router, so I have no doubts how they ...
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Network switch simultaneous client-to-client speeds?

If I have a 24-port gigabit switch with no uplink, and the odd-numbered downlink clients are transferring data to the even-numbered downlink clients, will I theoretically have (12 x 1 gigabit) ...
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Which component(s) defines the link/connection speed in a network switch?

Suppose that a network switch is a xGbit switch. Which component(s) defines this speed? Is it the switch core? Is it possible to decrease the speed to < xGbits? Perhaps by using an adapter? ...
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Cisco 892 Low WAN Speeds [closed]

I'm getting really not-gigabit-close speeds on my Cisco 892 Router. LAN speeds are fine (750-800Mbps) but WAN speeds are awful. I have a PPPoE connection, and when doing a speedtest I get an average-...
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Nokia/Alcatel Lucent SAR-8 7705 port utilization

Typically I use the following command to show port utilization percentage: monitor port 1/1/8 rate interval 5 As an example, this would result in the following output every few seconds: ============...
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Cisco Router (ISR4221) Throughput - Why so slow?

I'm looking for a new router for a new branch of hour company. I got experience with cisco L2 & L3 Switches but not that much with Routers. I was looking at the ISR4000 series, specifically the ...
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Different line attenuation figures for broadband upload and download [closed]

I would be interested to know why the line attenuation figures differ so much for upstream and downstream communication when the same copper/fibre cable is being used for the link to my house? PS ...
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How does router do traffic control?

I googled a lot about this question, but I didn't find anything useful. If, let's say, the router just drop the packets when the transfer rate exceed the limitation, then there should be TCP ...
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Better throughput with 100 Mb NIC setting

Ran across something very odd today. Just had a symmetrical 100 Mb circuit installed at a site I’m contracting at. When the NIC is set for auto negotiate for duplex and speed, we only get ~96 Mb down ...
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Fibre vs Copper short Distance

I am thinking of running Fibre optic from one room to a Nearby ONT/Router, I currently have about 15-20 meters of Cat 6, With a Gigabit UFB internet plan. With a short distance of around 20 meters ...
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Can I tie together two cellular connections for more reliable upload speeds?

I don't know that much about network engineering (hence why I'm here) so please bear with me, or point me to somewhere else where I can get help. I want to be able to broadcast a high quality video ...
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What does ISP's Internet speed actually mean

Sorry if it's irrelevant for this forum, but I couldn't find any good answers online. I know that "Internet speed" isn't a stable thing, and the rate of getting a something online, for example ...
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The recommended settings for giga ethernet connected to Ethernet port

What is the recommended duplex and speed configuration for giga ethernet port connected to legacy ethernet (10 mbps) port and there is no available duplex command available on the ethernet side? If ...
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iperf: send specific volume?

I wanted to test some different test cases. I wanted to transmit 1MB, 10MB, 100MB, ..., 1GB, ... and measure bandwith with iperf. In the manual stands that I can use a combination of -l and -n ...
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Speed benefits when switching from 1Gb copper LAN to Fiber Optic

We are trying calculate how will the network performance improve when we switch from 1Gb copper LAN to Fiber Optic. We have 5-20 people simultaneously working on a Server via the 1Gb LAN. There are ...
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Store-and-forward packet switching delays

My question arose as i was reading Computer Networking a Top Down Approach . The author said the following regarding packet switching: L = length of packet(bits) R = transmission rate(bits/sec) "...
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gigabit ethernet adapter [closed]

I'm having a Toshiba laptop and I'm trying to connect it to gig interface on Cisco 1941 router. my Ethernet adapter on my laptop currently is Realtek FE adapter, I tried to upgrade it realtek GBE ...
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Calculate max transfer speed in LAN network

We have a LAN network between consumers and producers servers. Producers' output path has been mounted in consumers. There is a 10 Gig switch between producers and consumers and the link between each ...
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What binary prefix, JEDEC or IEC, is used for calculating networking gear speed

What is the common practice of calculating a speed of an ethernet enabled device, and which standard (IEC or JEDEC) is used? I'm developing and testing a product that is interconnected via ethernet. ...
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What are the capacity and speed of a cable?

In my work, I come across with a cable with TB/s capacity and speed in GB/s. I did some search and found and article from Cisco trying to explain the two terminologies in terms of a water tap. The ...
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International download speed problems [closed]

I have 2 servers in Singapore and Canada. Both pass local speed tests of ~100mbit/sec, but when transferring files between them, speeds can be as low as 20kb/sec. The Singapore server can still ...
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The Speed of Hubs and Shared Collision Domains

I am watching a video course from Brocade. The instructor says that "all devices on a single collision domain must operate with the same speed parameters -- for example, 100 megabits; full duplex. ...
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Can I increase throughput and decrease network latency by installing multiple NICs?

Is it possible to use multiple NICs and increase throughput and/or decrease network latency? If so, what would be the scaling limit? Thanks,
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Limit bandwidth of a particular application [closed]

How to limit the connection (upload and download) speed of a particular application (e.g., a particular exe file) in accessing the internet? Apparently, it is easy to allow or block completely using ...
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Is bandwidth a sum of network speed each computer in sub network?

I'm not good at English But I really confused about this. I used the word computer but it can be mobiles or any of devices which can have networking. Let just the Internet bandwidth is 100Mbps, ...
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Root path cost?

A little confused here. Im trying to determine the root port for SWITCH B. SWITCH C here is the ROOT SWITCH. I understand that to determine the root port you need to find the lowest cost path to the ...
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Does the direction of a throughput bottleneck matter?

If a network has a throughput bottleneck, does it matter whether the slow link comes before or after? For example: c wants to send something to h. the bottleneck is on h's side. What throughput ...
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Ethernet adapter 100 to 10

We have device that works with 10 Mb. Some of the customers have 100 Mb, so our device causes problems. To change our device to support 100 Mb is going to take time and cost a lot, so is there any ...
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Cisco 2900 Default Fast Ethernet Port Speed

What is the default speed of a Fast Ethernet Interface of Cisco 2900 Switch that was just reset to default settings using write erase? I'm asking because my Wireshark capture of ARP packets gives a ...
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hping interval calculation

I am puzzled by hping interval command. -i --interval wait (uX for X microseconds, for example -i u1000) --fast alias for -i u10000 (10 packets for second) --faster alias for -i ...
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What is the N½ value of a network?

In the context of HPC interconnect networks (Infiniband, OmniPath, ...), I've come across the notion of the N½ value of the network, which is supposedly some performance number. What is this number? ...
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Combining Two Networks With Hardware

My office has two internet connections and two routers and two networks. One network is used for the Internet connect and has great speeds. The second network runs our IP phones and is a backup ...
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How can a processor handle 10 Gigabit per second or more data rate?

I do not know if it is the right place to ask. It may be a very silly question. I assume that some processor has to process data frames for switching/routing. Modern processors have speed of few GHz. ...
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Switch Buffer Sizing

What is the relationship between a switches buffer size and the effect it has on latency? I am aware of the bufferbloat issue and understand that buffers that are too large in networks of slower BW (i....
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What would be faster between a consumer 1gbps symmetrical Internet connection and a 1gbps data center link to the Internet? [closed]

Say I've got: a home server with a consumer fiber optic Internet connection via FTTH nearing 1gbps downstream/upstream a dedicated server with the exact same hardware specifications in a data center ...
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How to leverage a gigabit switch on a network without gigabit devices?

If I have ten servers, each with 100BASE-TX ethernet network cards, and I place a 1000BASE-T network switch between them, all servers are communicating as fast as they can, will the switch be handling ...
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Faster to slower port speed

I have a network switch that supports up to and including 1000 Mbps. If I have a Client A with 100 Mbps and Client B with 1000 Mbps connection, will: the connection between Aand B be limited to 100 ...
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10 Gbps network speed degrading

We have two Dell N3024 10 Gbps switches in a stacked configuration. These switches then have two link per switch heading into our SAN and a further 12 cables connected to workstations. All works fine ...
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How much influence does multicast and IPv6 have on latency?

I am looking for a fast and a diverse library for my game engine network. I have searched for a while, and I decided to use a simple one because of being fast to understand. I saw there are better ...
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Estimating latency via distance and betweenness

I want to compute the relationship between delay (latency) with distance and betweenness. More specifically, if I know (let's assume) that the distance and betweenness values for two different ...
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Switch Fabric Capacity vs Forwarding Rate

What is the difference between Switch Fabric Capacity and Forwarding Rate of a switch? Also, what other types of speed or bandwidth are there for switching?
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How to assure where the problem is occurring? [closed]

I actually posted this question yesterday. I'm here to ask you guys again after testing. ↓↓↓First of all, please see my question↓↓↓ My customers told me that the access speed is really slow markedly!...
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[L4, F/W]How can I deal with SPEED?

I have a problem about Speed when accessing web servers.. [Circumstances] Everything is OK, every packet flows well. However, now I have focused on the speed... That is, connection is ok [Issues] ...
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Li-Fi, hardware and software limits

Yesterday, I saw some new articles about Li-Fi. With speeds up to 1 Gb/s it seems like a very renovating technology. Can current hardware and/or software can actually handle this kind of speed? How ...
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Does Internet speed over cable depend on distance?

Perhaps the question I want to ask is not directly related to discussion subjects over here, but I couldn't find better place to ask. I wanna know how does internet connection speed depend on ...
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Testing local network speed

We've inherited an existing network that is a mixture of a cat5e, cat6, with switches and rj45 couplers that tie everything together. Is there a way to test a local network speed from one side of ...
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How many people share 1 Mbps of an ISP backbone? [closed]

We all know that all consumer based internet connections are shared and that ISPs protect themselves with "best effort" contracts, also we know that a client's 50 Mbps (for example) connection speed ...
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Building an IDS (Special considerations for speed)

Background I plan to build a Network Intrusion Detection System, (using a dual-homed desktop pc running Debian and Snort) that will sit between my ISP's router (home LAN) and an additional router (...