deri at ntop
Jun 20, 2011, 2:39 AM
Post #3 of 4
any thanks: get a free 10G card from Silicom and test it.
If monitoring means packet capture, then a dual core machine can do the job. If instead you need to process packets it's another story. What do you need to do exactly?
On Jun 20, 2011, at 11:15 AM, Jaime Nebrera wrote:
> Hi Luca,
> Congratulations !! This is really impressive as always and good to see Silicom is working so well with you.
> BTW, my comment on monitoring 2x1GE links with commodity hardware was to try to stablish the minimum hardware, of course any current platform is able to cope with that as you have clearly shown, but try to stablish the minimum due to cost / power / cooling concerns.
> On 20/06/11 00:48, Luca Deri wrote:
>> Hi all
>> if you are willing to test the 10 Gbit DNA driver, it's now time to do it. We have just released PF_RING 4.7.0 that includes this new driver offered at no cost by Silicom, who has sponsored its development. Silicom is also offering evaluation adapters at no cost to all those willing to use this driver. All details are available here: http://www.ntop.org/blog/pf_ring/introducing-the-10-gbit-pf_ring-dna-driver/
>> Enjoy Luca
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