[AusNOG] Cisco routers on NBN 100/40Mbps connection
bruce at tubes.net.au
Mon Aug 11 06:58:54 EST 2014
ugh Sorry Team, Cross Post was mean for another thread!
On Sun, Aug 10, 2014 at 12:51 PM, Bruce Forster <bruce at tubes.net.au> wrote:
> Single stream im sure you will see close to what your looking for 100Mb
> However multi users on the same site and different streams / packet size
> you wont see 100Mb.
> This is also true with the 1800 it will depend on the config/ACL and
> what's enabled.
> I would strongly look towards using a 1921, or 2900 this will really give
> you the performance you are looking for.
> On Sun, Aug 10, 2014 at 12:12 PM, James Jazza <jjazza26 at gmail.com> wrote:
>> Yes I agree that small packet size will flood the router - but what about
>> standard, large 1000 byte packets?
>> i.e. for a small office with 5-10 staff, will a Cisco 881 be a
>> performance bottleneck for a 100/40Mbps connection with large file
>> downloads and web traffic downloads.
>> When we use a cheap Netgear or Draytek router, a speed test to
>> www.speedtest.net will show 80-100Mbps speed test result.
>> Is a Cisco 881 powerful enough to show the same speed test result since
>> we will be talking about 1400 byte patckets for large transfers?
>> On Sun, Aug 10, 2014 at 1:10 AM, Nathan Brookfield <
>> Nathan.Brookfield at simtronic.com.au> wrote:
>>> This would be correct but I don't believe an 1841 is any more capable,
>>> possibly a 1941 or a 2900 series.
>>> Kindest Regards,
>>> Nathan Brookfield
>>> Chief Executive Officer
>>> Simtronic Technologies Pty Ltd
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>>> Fax: (02) 4749 4950
>>> On 10 Aug 2014, at 10:55, "James Jazza" <jjazza26 at gmail.com> wrote:
>>> Hi Guys,
>>> We are hearing reports that Cisco 881 routers are not suitable for NBN
>>> 100/40Mbps connections, and that we need to use the next model up - a Cisco
>>> 1841 instead.
>>> Can anyone comment on this? As the Cisco 881 has 100Mbps internal
>>> ports, so I would have thought it would be ok.
>>> James Ashdown
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