On Wed, 21 Sep 2005, Niall O Broin wrote:
> 150KB/s. And anyway, testing shows that on a straight copy, I'm
> getting ~ 500 KB/s over the wireless LAN and 2-3MB/s on the wired
> (which is also crap, but should be more than enough)
So what are the differences between your 'straight copy' case and the
poor performance case? (application? number of clients? protocol?)
> Neither am I TBH but AIUI real world throughput on wireless LANs is
> only about 50% of "wire" speed,
Throughput of 50% compared to baud-rate at *best*.
> which equates to the throughput I'm seeing on an 802.11B network of
> ~500 KB/s.
Have you tried measuring latency, particularly while you see this
poor performance in this 'streaming' thingy?
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