Hello, cisco 4948 - S+DA0003 cable - CRS317-1G-16S+RM switch - 10G sfp link - CRS317-1G-16S+RM
Since we upgraded the connection between the CRS317 switches to 10G, any of the customers connected to any of the CRS317-1G-16S+RM switches would have 10-12-13 Mbps download speed and 500 Mbps-900 Mbps upload speed (depending of the speedtest server). I've noticed that in a speedtest, the further (geographically) the test server, the more that the speed on download degrades. When the speedtest server is closer (200 Km away for example), the download speed is 100 Mbps vs 850 Mbps normally, and further more, at 2000 km away, is 12 Mbps vs 750 Mbps. If we make a speedtest in the US, the speed would degrade even more, would be for example 5 Mbps instead of 500 Mbps. I don't understand how could this happen and how the distance could determine the speed of a connection through such a switch. I attached some examples.
Stupid question: where can i find the 2.3 swos firmware? On the Mikrotik website there is only an archive for routeros versions, not for the swos. And google finds only mikrotik's website which has no archive for older swos
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