I am quite new at the world of IP networks and have been doing
some testing on a Debian 1.2 system and Free BSD. Last night I ran a
test as described in one of the ethernet FAQs by running FTP on a
file that was ~2.5Meg the rate came out at 1.09M/sec. From what I
can tell this is quite good for 10 Base2 since this indicates a rate
around 8Mbit/sec of data not including overhead. With no tuning at
all it is supprising to get proformance on this order or am I faking
my self out?
Debian running on a pentium 133 Mhz 32Meg RAM as server.
FreeBSD running on 486SLC 25 MHz 8 Meg RAM.
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