Do you know of any issues regarding bridging and utilization on the WAN interface, in my case I have 2 3640's (hssi and ATM) over a DS3, but the utilization on both interfaces never goes above 40 %, even when transferring large amounts of data, do you have any idea why, I really appreciate your help, this has been bothering me for a while, thanks again!
An issue that commonly pops up with high-bandwidth circuits involves TCP itself. Have a look at http://www.faqs.org/rfcs/rfc1323.html for information on why, depending on the TCP configuration of the end hosts, a single TCP stream may not be able to saturate a high-bandwidth WAN connection.
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