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Throughput question

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Nov 9th, 2001
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Anybody know of a website that does benchmarking on routers? I'm researching the throughput of a 2621 router. So far I've learned that it can process 25k packets per second. What does that mean? Hehe, what does that equal in megabytes?

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Anonymous (not verified) Fri, 11/09/2001 - 20:15
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Cisco 2621 Router has the through put of 25-27 Kilo bytes of packets per second. It means in one second it can send 25,000 bytes of pockets.When we are sending an information , it will be spillited into mutiple's of pockets.


2651 has the through put of 35-37 KBPS.


djnelson Tue, 11/13/2001 - 19:31
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I understood that the throughput was based on 64 byte packets. So throughput would be 25,000 packets/sec X 64 Bytes = 1,600,000 bytes/sec. This is the total input (throughput) of ALL interfaces.

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