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Many configs along those lines. What you're configuring in P1 and P2, and logs from both sides, would be helpful.
So I have Verizon FIOS and I pay for 50mbps down and 50mbps up which is about 6.25megabytes per second. However, when I transfer files locally under LAN I get speeds of about 75megabytes per second with scp (75MB/s thats megabytes right?). I also did throughput test a while back although I forget how I did it but I measured to around 1Gbps. So, how do people have things like 10Gbps local networks? I am interesting in increasing my speed if possible. I do not know a lot about networking. All of my cables are CAT6 except for the WAN interface that goes out to my modem (lol I know).
EDIT: I used iperf to do the test and I just did another quick one, resulted inCode: [Select]
[ ID] Interval Transfer Bandwidth
[ 3] 0.0-10.0 sec 1.10 GBytes 941 Mbits/sec
EDIT2: I just realized my NICs are limited to 1Gbps....so that's where it is. I would have to buy a 10Gbps NIC for both my client and server. Okay, I pretty much answered myself..