How can I determine what the maximum throughput is for the wan and lan interfaces on our Sonicwall pro 3060? How can I stress test it and see numbers? Our Internet line is 100MBits but we have never gone over using 39.75Mbits so I wonder if we can?
Answer Question | October 15, 2010 4:31 PM
LAN, SonicWALL, SonicWALL Pro 3060, Throughput, WAN
We have 2 sites. Point A and point B. Point A has a 100M ethernet line on a 100M port and point B has a logically 20M line seating on a 100M port. Telco providers use traffic shaping to logically set the bandwidth on their L2 device at their nearest office from point B. We have multiple [...]
Answer Question | August 24, 2010 6:01 AM
Cisco, Cisco 2800, Cisco 2800 configuration, Cisco 2980, Ethernet, TCP, Throughput, Wireless in 2010
What are virtual lans or vlans? What are they used for and will they allow me to increase my networks overall speed and throughput ratio?
Answer Question | August 16, 2010 2:45 PM
Network speed, Throughput, Virtual LAN, VLAN, Wireless in 2010
How can one calculate the maximum throughput a hardware can manage? If my appliance consists of 20 Gbps ports what is the maximum throughput I can get out of it?
Answer Question | April 23, 2010 2:05 PM
Networking hardware, Throughput, UTM
What might be the minimum throughput in case of 34Mbps Ethernet circuit?
Answer Question | June 8, 2009 2:49 PM
Ethernet, Ethernet Circuits, Networking, Throughput
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
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
I apologize for the double post, but I didn’t do my tags right. ————————— Hello all, I am a relatively new IT staff member of a few months. My title is Tech Support Specialist, but the business has only one IT staff member on this site (engineer/maintenance turned IT) and he pretty much does anything [...]
Answer Question | September 30, 2008 12:35 PM
Bandwidth, Domain Controller, Network performance, Throughput
I have a site that is 70ms away. What formula do I use to calculate throughput for different file sizes? Thanks
Answer Question | April 1, 2008 9:37 PM
Data transfer, T1, Throughput