[tulip] What kind of throughput...
Fri, 14 Jul 2000 13:04:54 -0500
That's much better. Netperf certainly makes one feel much better. I
consistently get over 93Mb/s as well. Not THAT I like!
BTW: That running netserver on the Win2k box and netperf on the linux box.
> -----Original Message-----
> From: Eric Jorgensen [mailto:email@example.com]
> Sent: Friday, July 14, 2000 10:18 AM
> To: Cy
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> Subject: Re: [tulip] What kind of throughput...
> > ...should be expected from a full duplex 100Mb link? I realize
> that MANY
> > things factor in and I'm not really looking for exact numbers, just a
> > general idea. For instance, ftping a file from Linux to Win2k,
> I get around
> > 7MB/s or 56Mb/s. Is that good? Anyway to get it better?
> FTP is a poor test. So is a beta operating system from Microsoft.
> in clean tests (ie closed segment, nothing else going on) with the
> .92 driver, I was able to acheive 93mbps regularly using lite-on based
> Netgear cards.
> ttcp is very popular, personally i prefer netperf. go look at
> www.netperf.net -- it's a network throughput testing daemon maintained as
> free software by hewlett packard.
> - Eric