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Leased line Speed issue

hi all

i have a 2500 router at H.O & one 1721 at my branch, both are connected point to point 64k leased line.

when i transfer files it takes 1 hour to transfer 30MB data.is it a good data rate

Regds

Binoy.

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VIP Purple

Re: Leased line Speed issue

Hello Binoy,

1 hour for 30MB over a 64K line sounds ok, check this link, it has a calculator for transfer speeds:

File download speeds

Calculate download times or maximum file sizes.

http://www.hp.com/hpinfo/abouthp/accessibility/webaccessibility/download_tool.html

According to this calculator, it should take 78 minutes for the 30MB transfer...

HTH,

GP

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VIP Purple

Re: Leased line Speed issue

Hello Binoy,

1 hour for 30MB over a 64K line sounds ok, check this link, it has a calculator for transfer speeds:

File download speeds

Calculate download times or maximum file sizes.

http://www.hp.com/hpinfo/abouthp/accessibility/webaccessibility/download_tool.html

According to this calculator, it should take 78 minutes for the 30MB transfer...

HTH,

GP

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Re: Leased line Speed issue

GP your reply is pending.

just check your official mail

Re: Leased line Speed issue

Binoy,

30MB = 30 *1024 * 1024 * 8 bits = 251658240 bits

Your line speed is 64000 bits / sec.

Time taken to transfer that many bits (ideally, neglecting serialization delays, propagation delays etc).

Time taken = 251658240 / 64000 = 3932.16 seconds

3932.16 seconds / 3600 = 1.09 hours.

Sounds about right.

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