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  Reply # 1084283 8-Jul-2014 18:36
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sorceror:
insane:
Then with ONT plugged directly into PC with PPPoE dialer 191/47mbps



tell your techies to up their shapers, the 200/50 plan is a 'right performing' one which means you should expect real world throughput to be above 200/50


There are none, just fat pipes. When looking at my bandwidth monitor tool I have running it looks like the test file is too small for the TCP ramp up. I'll try a real world scenario again

I've seen our UFB tails doing close to 1gig in the lab (yes Chorus allow you to this this)


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  Reply # 1084302 8-Jul-2014 19:17
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time to slap a pfsense behide your ONT maybe tongue-out


You need at around a 2Ghz cpu to get 200Mbit throughput with pfsense according to https://www.pfsense.org/hardware/ so you'd be looking at a mATX or mITX build.


My build:-
Intel Xeon E3-1225 V2 @ 3.20Ghz
Intel S1200KPR server board mini-ITX
A-data ECC 4GB x 2 1600MHz
Intel Ethernet Server Adapter I350-T2
Samsung 840 Pro 120GB
pfSense 2.1.4 RELEASE

I'll say bring on the 1Gb UFB cool

 
 
 
 


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  Reply # 1084314 8-Jul-2014 19:25
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insane:
sorceror:
insane:
Then with ONT plugged directly into PC with PPPoE dialer 191/47mbps



tell your techies to up their shapers, the 200/50 plan is a 'right performing' one which means you should expect real world throughput to be above 200/50


There are none, just fat pipes. When looking at my bandwidth monitor tool I have running it looks like the test file is too small for the TCP ramp up. I'll try a real world scenario again

I've seen our UFB tails doing close to 1gig in the lab (yes Chorus allow you to this this)



Getting off topic here... But no shapers? You don't shape traffic per user into our (Chorus) network?
You really should be - as we police per service.

Edit: taken discussion offline.

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