I have 4 mbps internet connection. I am using linux (ubuntu) pc with 3 NICs as router. I want to divide bandwidth into 2 mbps between 2 NICs. How can I do this?
Answer Question | February 16, 2010 1:20 AM
Bandwidth, Linux administration, Linux administration tools
Teaming, SLA & 802.3ad Is there any way to team a set of intel nic’s in SLA or 802.3ad when the switch doesn’t support it, main concern is getting higher bandwith/throughput from the server to the clients on GB network [Br class="height5" />[small]Tags:[/small] Teaming, SLA, 802.3ad, throughput,Bandwidth testing
Answer Question | November 23, 2009 2:41 PM
802.3ad, Bandwidth, Bandwidth testing, SLA
Can anyone suggest what bandwidth i need for web conferencing. I want to have 2 webcams set up that everyone can see along with a PPT presentation. Should have around 50 people watching. Also any software recomendations for this? Thanks
Answer Question | September 10, 2009 3:49 PM
Bandwidth, Web conferencing, Web conferencing software
Can you please help in explaining technically how the offered transmission speeds of the Internet Provider could achieved higher bit rates than the theoretical rate of 64Kbps.
Answer Question | August 30, 2009 3:46 PM
Bandwidth, Bit rate, Networking services
Hello, my company has two branches connected through a wireless link that is not secured, my question is if I use DM-VPN how much would the BW be affected??
Answer Question | July 25, 2009 6:46 AM
Bandwidth, BW, Degradation, VPN
Hello guys. We have a dedicated lease lline of 1 E1(2Mbps) that we subscribe from an ISP. For the past several months, we have noticed that internet connection is so slow and it keeps us thinking if we are getting what we are paying for. I need help in interpreting an MRTG graph from CACTI [...]
Answer Question | July 21, 2009 3:29 PM
Bandwidth, Bandwidth monitoring, Cacti, MRTG, Network monitoring
Does it make sense for a data center to charge for the bandwidth that is used over a 30 day period? Doesn’t it make more sense to look at how much is used at any one time?
Answer Question | July 7, 2009 12:34 AM
Bandwidth, Bandwidth limits, Bandwidth management, Bandwidth monitoring, Bandwidth testing
I know how to use .htaccess to prevent bandwidth theft or even spoof hotlinked images – but can .htaccess be used to force a hotlinked image to simply display an image caption instead? I’d like to force a “Image courtesy of X” caption beneath hotlinked images, so at least the bandwidth loss would be of [...]
Answer Question | May 29, 2009 4:58 PM
.htaccess, Apache, Bandwidth, Web development
We have Cisco 2811 router with on serial interface and two fast ethernets. We planned to take 1 mbps leased line and we have to divide it into two parts. For one network is should be 300 kbps and the rest bandwidth for another network. Can any help in this.
Answer Question | May 12, 2009 9:01 AM
Bandwidth, Bandwidth management, Cisco 2811, Cisco router configuration, Cisco Routers, Leased line, Network design, Router configuration, Routers
How much bandwidth required for do ping?
Answer Question | July 20, 2011 6:39 AM
Digital voice,Document Imaging,Compressed Video or full-motion Video.Can anyone help me with this answer/Please.
Answer Question | April 6, 2009 8:34 PM
Bandwidth, Bandwidth management, Network performance
I have a question regarding bandwidth and connection speed. I know that bandwidth is provided by the ISP Service but I wanted to know that the does the wireless or wired NIC card in our computer uses the bandwidth provided by ISP to connect to the basestation(Router) or the connection speed between the NIC Cards [...]
Answer Question | July 22, 2009 7:07 PM
Bandwidth, ISP, Network speed, NIC, Routers
I have a EMC clarion array at my primary site and one at my secondary site the distance is roughly 15 miles. I am using a product called Mirror ASync. which is a EMC array based replication tool. I have a RTO of 30 minutes. data rate of change is aprox. 50 GB per day [...]
Answer Question | March 4, 2009 12:59 AM
Backup, Bandwidth, EMC CLARiiON, EMC MirrorView, Recovery Time Objective, Replication, RTO, Storage analysis, Storage capacity planning
Is it possible to aggregate and then load balance the unequal ethernet circuits like so: I have two ethenet circuits on my Cisco router. Both have equal costs to the next hop. Ethernet Circuit #1- 200M Ethernet Circuit #2 – 100M Can I aggregate both ethernet circuits so that the total amount of bandwidth available [...]
Answer Question | May 13, 2010 5:28 AM
Bandwidth, Bandwidth management, Cisco, Cisco router configuration, Ethernet, Load balancing, Network administration, Network Load Balancing, Router configuration, Routers
WHAT IS THE MAX BANDWIDTH CAN BE USED IN VPN ?
Answer Question | April 27, 2012 12:41 PM
Bandwidth, Bandwidth limits, VPN, VPN performance
I was searching for a long time for a simple tool which can tell us the controller throughput of any SAN environment. Its necessary for every Storage engineer to have this utility to cross verify the subsystem we buy. Ofcourse the vendor will have the tool or LAB benchmark for the same. But those will [...]
Answer Question | August 20, 2009 9:43 AM
Bandwidth, Fibre channel, Network storage, NFS, SAN, SAN throughput, SAN throughput sizing, Shared Network Storage, Storage Area Network, Throughput
If a video signal contains a bandwidth of 3 MHz, audio signal contains bandwidth of 4 MHz and a color signal contains a bandwidth of 5 MHz, how can these signals transfer through a coaxial cable that has a bandwidth of 6 MHz?
Answer Question | March 21, 2011 10:45 PM
Bandwidth, Coaxial cable, Network cable, Networking
Is there an average estimated bandwidth load to use for each of the most common protocols (HTTP/HTTPS/POP3/IMAP/FTP/H.323)when calculating the total bandwidth needed b4 contracting the carrier?
Answer Question | November 26, 2008 10:12 PM
Bandwidth, FTP, H.323, HTTP, HTTPS, IMAP, POP3, Protocol Bandwidth Load, Protocols
Do you think we will need bandwidth higher than 10 Gbps in the next 5 years
Answer Question | November 9, 2012 1:54 AM
Bandwidth, Ethernet, gigabit
How do you derive bandwidth (bits per second) from the frequency of Cat6 cable (250MHz for example)? It is known that Cat6 can carry up to 1 Gbps.
Answer Question | October 10, 2008 5:12 PM
Bandwidth, Cabling, CAT 6, Network cable, Networking, Throughput