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End System Performance

In Research and Education networking, performance-demanding applications are normally run on hosts which are located on or very near national backbone networks. As such the limiting factors in achieving high throughput (or rather 'goodput') will most probably be the capabilities of the the source and/or destination end systems.

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End System Performance

In Research and Education networking, performance-demanding applications are normally run on hosts which are located on or very near national backbone networks. As such the limiting factors in achieving high throughput (or rather 'goodput') will most probably be the capabilities of the the source and/or destination end systems.

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-- TobyRodwell - 25 Jan 2007 \ No newline at end of file

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End System Performance

In Research and Education networking, performance-demanding applications are normally run on hosts which are located on or very near national backbone networks. As such the limiting factors in achieving high throughput (or rather 'goodput') will most probably be the capabilities of the the source and/or destination end systems.

-- TobyRodwell - 25 Jan 2007

 
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