erick2red wrote:....says that with 10GBbps I will only get 1Gb/s of transfer rate.
erick2red wrote:Besides in here says that with 10GBbps I will only get 1Gb/s of transfer rate.
Second: I know that kind of setup can't be mounted with commodity hardware, I know it will cost money, I have a couple of grands in my packets, no worry....
So any tips.
Scrotos wrote:He read the wiki thing wrong. It says:
10 Gigabit Ethernet (10GBASE-X) 10 Gbit/s = 1.25 GB/s
erick2red wrote:Really ?
erick2red wrote:How many nodes ? High consumer maybe 10 or 20.
Dump size I think maybe about 500-800 Mb/s
Contingency wrote:You gave me a bandwidth estimate when I asked for size. This can be interpreted several ways. I recommend tracing a typical data flow from creation to destination(s), and writing it out.
erick2red wrote:Contingency wrote:You gave me a bandwidth estimate when I asked for size. This can be interpreted several ways. I recommend tracing a typical data flow from creation to destination(s), and writing it out.
Sorry for asking can u give an example, I'm kinda loose at the technical side here.
erick2red wrote:Hi everyone:
This is my first time at the tech report forums.
I have some networking hardware questions, and as I've found none network hardware dedicated forums, this is my place
I'm trying to build a new network for my business and I want data transfer rates of 10Gbps, my question is if I would be able to reach that point with simple cable and Gigabits ethernets cards,
Any point in the right direction, would be thxs.
Routers, ethernet cards, and cables, suggestions pls
Thxs in advance.
SecretSquirrel wrote:My advice -- hire someone to do this right, assume that you don't have a competent IT organization already. [...] If you don't have the expertise in house then it is certainly worth it in terms of project success to engage a professional, either through a vendor or a consultant. Both have their benefits and drawbacks.
Aranarth wrote:Otherwise you may want to go with a dual network setup where you have your regular network and a secondary network specific for your high-bandwidth needs. It would still be a gigbit ethernet network but data going over it would not saturate your primary network..
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