I am doing some tests and, as a result, I get something anoying. I have this layout for tests:
linux.box.server <> mikrotik 3.7 (rb150) <> my.laptop <> equal to cross-over ethernet cable
Both linux and laptop are connected into diferent ethernet ports on RB150 and they are connected to mikrotik with 100Mbps Full Duplex.
My test consist on from my laptop send files do linux server (using FTP) and receive files from linux server (using FTP and HTTP). The result was:
TEST #01: Sending and receiving one on each time (just send and later just receive)
Those are the max speed I get into the tests. Far away from 100 Mbps that the mk is connected.20808 Mbps (download - http)
19992 Mbps (download - ftp)
10816 Mbps (upload - ftp)
TEST #02: Sending and receiving at the same time
This is very anoying. How can I get only 20 Mbps from Mikrotik/RB150?download (http) - 20037 Mbps
upload (ftp) - 1329 Mbps (please see screen_01 and screen_02 bellow)
Is there any way I can change this to have ate least 20 Mbps full?
I have tested connect my laptop into linux box and I get this:
Much better than with MK betwen them.78808 Mbps (download - ftp)
62264 Mbps (upload - ftp)
I could not make this test into a PC running MK but I don't this this will change much.