Has anyone got an idea on how much degradation I should expect on xconnect pseudowires. I have noticed a DRAMATIC difference in speed (being very careful to isolate it to just the xconnect part).
For example, on two ME6524's connected to each other with a full-duplex 100mb/s wire, and a server on each of the two ME6524's performing FTP on a standard layer 2 VLAN, I can get about 10-11MB/s throughput. Which is what I expect.
When I replace the VLAN's with an XCONNECT pseudowire tunnel, the performance drops to 200KB/s. I would expect SOME overhead, but this is terrible. I am currently in a lab, so I can make changes easily to test settings. If you want me to post the configs, I can. However, the configuration of the two interfaces is below:
actuall this is very much true; becasue we have using the psuedowires in our network and there are overheads which pseudowires used to take. But if u r using encap mpls then its fine becasue in case of l2tpv3 you face lot of problems.
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