Subject: Re: IP-Routing Performance?
To: None <email@example.com>
From: Michael Richardson <firstname.lastname@example.org>
Date: 01/22/2001 18:50:50
>>>>> "Manuel" == Manuel Bouyer <email@example.com> writes:
Manuel> with a PC unless you go with a higth-end motherboard (a single
Manuel> gigabit is close to the 32bit/33Mhz PCI bus, so you need 2 or
Manuel> more PCI busses, or 64bit slots, or both depending on the number
A 32bit/33Mhz PCI bus might theorectically do 1Gb/s. However, there are
a great number of practical reasons why you won't get more than half that.
A 64bit/33Mhz PCI bus that I had experience with didn't get more than
500Mb/s for reasons relating to FIFO sizes on PCI targets being too small
to sustain the bursts involved. (There is also a PCI churn problem with
access to receive descriptors). These problems were more local.
[We had electrical problems with using a 64bit/66Mhz slot.]
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