I was wondering if there were any specific ways to reduce latency between a Chicago office and a London office. I have a ASA 5520 that I will be putting within the next week or two. What I plan on doing is setting up a site to site tunnel and I want to know is there any way to reduce latency between the two offices?
Internet traffic is best effort and even if there issues in your ISP and they fix it , there might be international congestion etc on your upstream links. So, expecting any kind of lowlatency behaviour is only being optimistic. You can rely on the SLA's that you have with your ISP. but beyond that is not in your control. iam sure you know what i mean.
So, the only thing that you can do to sort of enhance the performance on your end is to buy HW that has onboard encryption. Use the right MTU settings., check the CPU etc so that the packets are not being dropped etc., use QoS where necessary This is the least that you could do from your end to avoid any unwanted latency.
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