Can anybody tell me how Cisco calculates the maximum throughput of a router? In DataSheets the unit used is kpps. Can anybody tell me what is the size of the packet that cisco uses to calculate the maximum throughput of Router
For maximum throughput in mbps, the largest possible packet size is used, For maximum switching performances, the smaller packet size is used. Sometime, test are also doen with a mix of size or an average size.
Thanks for prompt replies, actually I need to know what is the maximum bandwidth throughput of my cisco 2611 Router. I have heard that 2611 supports maximum of 7.5 Mbps. Is this true? My router's response time increases on bandwidths above 3Mbps. However, the CPU load and memory load never exceeds 50% on even on 3.5Mbps Bandwidth.
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