Subject: Re: NetBSD vs PPPOE
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From: Bernd Sieker <firstname.lastname@example.org>
Date: 06/25/2002 18:49:18
On 25.06.02, 15:59:47, Ossi Herrala wrote:
> And for PPPoE you need fast machine. My friend have 10/10Mbps DSL
Does this 10 actually mean 10Mbps DSL? Wow, that's fast.
> connection with PPPoE and 120MHz Pentium doing routing and it isn't fast
> enough (it's linux.. ;).
For 768kbps T-DSL in Germany, a 66MHz Cyrix 486DL was fast enough
(using about 55% at full throughput). And that was with the
userland-daemon running asynchronous. (Synchronous would have used a
lot less, but might have suffered from a race condition. I never
bothered to find out.)
Now with a Pentium-166 it's only around 8% with the same
setup. Nevertheless I will upgrade to 1.6 and use in-kernel pppoe once
it becomes available.
> Mr. Ossi Herrala | ossi.herrala \@! iki.fi | Amateur radio: OH8HUB
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