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router testing 14 years 5 months ago #1789

  • pndennie
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I am testing a new system in house and we would like to simulate downloads between locations. I have got a 1720 router and a 2524(oldie) to play with. They have 56K 4 wire cards in them. Is there a way to set up the configs and test in house? Any ideas are helpful
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Re: router testing 14 years 4 months ago #1811

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I haven't quite understood what exactly you are looking to simulate ? Just a continuous peak download ? why not just connect the two routers and provide each with one node, then start the download of a really large file between the two systems.

If youre just directly connecting them then there would be virtually no configuration required, just the appropriate IP addresses for each interface.
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