paul at paulstewart
Apr 4, 2012, 1:30 PM
Post #3 of 3
Thanks... we'll find out soon enough...;)
From: Tom Storey [mailto:tom [at] snnap]
Sent: April-04-12 9:42 AM
To: Paul Stewart
Cc: cisco-nsp [at] puck
Subject: Re: [c-nsp] 1811/1841 Performance with PPPOE
The 1811 is supposedly even more powerful than the low end 2800's. And on that note, Ive seen a 2801 acting as a LAC (so thats accept PPPoE and forward on via L2TP) for ~100 sessions and barely breaking a sweat. Traffic levels were quite low though (i.e. <= 10mbit/sec perhaps), so that might explain the low CPU util.
On 2 April 2012 14:39, Paul Stewart <paul [at] paulstewart> wrote:
> Hey folks.
> Just wondering regarding performance impacts on 1811/1841 when
> terminating PPPOE on the router? The "router spec sheet" from Cisco
> performance.pdf) shows about 35Mb/s of traffic on one of these routers
> but if you also have 100-150 PPPOE users terminating on the router,
> how much does this affect the throughput numbers?
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