paul at clubi.ie writes:
> On Wed, 11 Jul 2007, Justin Mason wrote:
>> > "bing" reports around 15Mbps pretty consistently.
>> 'bing' likely isn't measured sustained, reliable bandwidth.. ;)
>> > However -- a wget reports 790.96K/s... so that's pretty similar to
> > what NFS is getting!
>> > Maybe it's just the limits of TCP over that link itself, then.
> > Pity, given that iwconfig reports a bit rate of 24 Mb/s and the
> > bing results above. looks like I need to tune *that* instead!
>> Isn't it the case that with 802.11 that the useable bit-rate is only
> half the link bitrate? I.e. 24Mb/s is only 12Mb/s really.
>> (I dont remember, but there's some level of that kind of thing in
> 802.11 anyway).
But even so -- 12 Mbits/sec == 1.5 Mbytes/sec, which is twice what the
TCP-using app is seeing: 790Kbytes/sec. I seem to be missing something
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