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Real EoIP throughput w/ & w/o IPSEC on hEX

Fri Nov 27, 2015 12:48 pm

Hi guys!
I have a simple question today - I'm planning to order bunch of hEX-es to connect few points using EoIP. Since performance is not an primary goal here I think they can do that job more than well enough.
Could anyone who have spare one test real throughput (@normis? :)) of these devices in terms of EoIP with and without IPSEC?

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Re: Real EoIP throughput w/ & w/o IPSEC on hEX

Fri Nov 27, 2015 2:48 pm

I would not expect more than 24Mbps with ipsec enabled.
 
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Re: Real EoIP throughput w/ & w/o IPSEC on hEX

Sun Nov 29, 2015 3:13 am

Actually 15-20Mb/s is more than enough for me ;)
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Re: Real EoIP throughput w/ & w/o IPSEC on hEX

Sun Nov 29, 2015 8:51 pm

i have tested ipsec with this results, using very basic configuration with quickset
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i think hEX will exceed this numbers by some margin
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Re: Real EoIP throughput w/ & w/o IPSEC on hEX

Sun Nov 29, 2015 10:20 pm

Did you used external source or built-in tester?
 
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Re: Real EoIP throughput w/ & w/o IPSEC on hEX

Mon Nov 30, 2015 3:15 am

Did you used external source or built-in tester?

external source.

the test was very simple, one end a ccr1009 the other end the router under test.

1 pc at lan of each router

the test was a copy of a big file between the 2 pc across the tunnel

the router under test get 100% cpu usage and cpu profile shows crypto high cpu usage.

i think this test shows best case scenario, because big packets used by smb protocol

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