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Electronics Wizardy

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    Electronics Wizardy got a reaction from Tech_Dreamer in Anybody know what would be good specs for a small business router? As in, turning a P   
    Hello there.
     
    bandwidth matters a lot here, what is your network speed from your isp?
     
    I have a sonicwall at work, works fine, fortinet, juniper, and others all make commerical boxes that are made for this use.
     
    If you want diy, id look at untangle at pfsense, and hardware wise, for something under around 300mbit and nothing crazy almost any modern x86 system will be fine.
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    Electronics Wizardy got a reaction from ARikozuM in Anybody know what would be good specs for a small business router? As in, turning a P   
    Hello there.
     
    bandwidth matters a lot here, what is your network speed from your isp?
     
    I have a sonicwall at work, works fine, fortinet, juniper, and others all make commerical boxes that are made for this use.
     
    If you want diy, id look at untangle at pfsense, and hardware wise, for something under around 300mbit and nothing crazy almost any modern x86 system will be fine.
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    Electronics Wizardy got a reaction from leadeater in This is, by far, thee most expensive upgrade I have ever made. FULL SOLID STATE SERVE   
    Then it might be ram cache or disk, try something like 400gb to see, but with direct=1 it should not use the arc. The disks are fast enough though to hit that speed.
     
     
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    Electronics Wizardy got a reaction from 8uhbbhu8 in This is, by far, thee most expensive upgrade I have ever made. FULL SOLID STATE SERVE   
    then thats 1780mB/s read, not bad.
     
    You can try other tests and do things like lower the queue depth, and change block size, but thats seems fine to me.
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    Electronics Wizardy got a reaction from leadeater in This is, by far, thee most expensive upgrade I have ever made. FULL SOLID STATE SERVE   
    then thats 1780mB/s read, not bad.
     
    You can try other tests and do things like lower the queue depth, and change block size, but thats seems fine to me.
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    Electronics Wizardy got a reaction from 8uhbbhu8 in This is, by far, thee most expensive upgrade I have ever made. FULL SOLID STATE SERVE   
    Look at iops aswell with something like fio and other tests. FIO is normally much better at testing disks.
     
    This doesn't appear to be sata limited at all as 667 is faster than sata and your system isn't sata limited.
     
    What did you set ashift to?
     
    > but write speed consistency didn't give me any indication that it'd be necessary.
     
    This becomes a issue with consistent writes as ssds do background work. If your not doing a ton of writes don't worry about it.
     
    Is this over the network how did you test it?
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