I am trying to perform load testing on the ISR routers and would like to know the type of loads the HWIC cards are able to take. Cards to be used are the HWIC-4A/S, HWIC-8A/S and eventually the NM-16A/S.
We are running X.25 over XOT. I understand a single X.25 VC is able to load up a max of 256 channels? Hence, how would i simulate several channels over a single port? Would the use of sub interfaces be a practical solution?
Given that there are 256 possible channels that can be loaded onto a VC. Would a test require all 256 sub interfaces to be created? I assume once the load is at 100 channels (with loads either 512/256/128 bytes per VC)i will start to see performance issues.
I was looking at netperf to perform the traffic generation but this will not allow me to send packet streams across a subnet. Given there is a possible of 256 ip addresses to cover 256 channels, i was looking at a faster way to load traffic on all channels
Would you recommend a more suitable software to perfom this test?
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