[mythtv-users] Noobish network cable connection question, basement > upstairs
glemsom at gmail.com
Fri Dec 5 20:09:19 UTC 2008
Personally I'm just using the onboard LAN card. (p43twins1600 mainboard)
I get a transferrate of 109mb/s from my mediecenter over gigabit LAN.
That's way more then I'll ever need :P
2008/12/5 Graham Mitchell <gmitch at woodlea.com>:
>> 60 Mbyte/sec is close enough to half the bandwidth of the PCI bus for
>> to ask: are you sure that the bottleneck is the Ethernet segment? If
>> your Ethernet port and your disk controller contend for bandwidth on
>> same PCI bus then that might explain the number. Note also that in this
>> case the second GE won't help.
> On my desktop, the onboard gigabit (and the add on card I am planning), are
> on the PCIe bus (internally, and a 1x). At the server end, the disks are all
> on PCIe (and I know I can get about 140 G/sec out of them locally). SO I am
> hoping that I can get some more speed out of my setup. Of course, my switch
> will only let me have 4 teams in total, and I'm using a couple of them for
> this... but it will still be nice.
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