[AusNOG] Small box for wanem

Richard Nelson richardn at waikato.ac.nz
Tue Feb 5 14:56:20 EST 2019

Intel based solutions:

We have several Up-boards https://up-shop.org/.  Ours are single 
interface but there are dual Nic versions.  We like them.

The recent Odroid-H2 looks nice 
https://www.hardkernel.com/shop/odroid-h2/  But they sold out really 
fast and they haven't got more stock yet.

If you want more interfaces Qotom make interesting looking boxes. 
https://qotom.aliexpress.com/store/108231 . The four and six interface 
versions have Intel Nics and should support DPDK if that is useful.


On 5/02/19 4:45 PM, Ian Henderson wrote:
> Hi folks,
> I need to build up a simple, small wanem/iperf box for a few projects
> coming up. Initial thought was to go with a pi 3B+ and USB3 1000BaseT
> adaptors, but the throughput looks to be limited to approx 300Mbit[1].
> Thinking about a NUC with four USB3.1 Gen 2 1000BaseT adaptors (run
> two separate emulation 'sessions' at once). Anybody got any other
> suggestions/products that have worked well? Doesn't need to be super
> hardcore, it'll definitely be FOSS based.
> While I'm on the topic, is wanem still the best choice for
> throughput/latency/jitter/loss/etc simulation?
> Rgds,
> - I.
> [1]: https://www.jeffgeerling.com/blogs/jeff-geerling/getting-gigabit-networking
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