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2610XM throughput?

Hey guys,
I have a Cisco 2610XM (256MB DRAM / 48MB FLASH) set up as a WAN router, routing from FA 1/0 to FA 0/0
FA 1/0 is a dhcp client and FA 0/0 is a dhcp pool server.
Everything works fine except my router is capping out at about 8MB/s download speed.
This would be fine except i have a 16Mb/s internet connection.

Is this just the router hardware bottlenecking? or a configuration issue?

Either way could you let me know how to solve this?

Thankyou.

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Cisco Employee

2610XM throughput?

Hi Liam,

This looks like a router bottleneck issue. The max the router can handle 'under test' conditions is 10Mbps.

The below link could be useful.

http://www.cisco.com/web/partners/downloads/765/tools/quickreference/routerperformance.pdf

Regards,

Dheeraj

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Hall of Fame Super Gold

2610XM throughput?

With CEF enabled, the 2610XM can do up to 7.68 Mbps of traffic.  This value is expressed in HALF duplex and no encryption.

Cisco Employee

2610XM throughput?

Hi Liam,

This looks like a router bottleneck issue. The max the router can handle 'under test' conditions is 10Mbps.

The below link could be useful.

http://www.cisco.com/web/partners/downloads/765/tools/quickreference/routerperformance.pdf

Regards,

Dheeraj

Hall of Fame Super Gold

2610XM throughput?

The max the router can handle 'under test' conditions is 10Mbps.

Hi Dheeraj,

I believe you need to clarify what the meaning or condition to the term "under test" stands for.  I'm afraid someone might construe this as, "Hey, Dheeraj says it WILL push 10Mbps of traffic at any condition."

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