On  Sun, 15 Feb 2004 at 18:05:51, Peter Graf wrote:
(ref: <[EMAIL PROTECTED]>)

>
>Hi,
>
>is somebody out there who owns two networked PCs, one with a 10
>Mbit/sec ISA NE2000 (or clone) card, and could do a speed test using
>this PC as HTTP server?
>
>With the Q60/QLwIP as server I currently get average 854 kBytes/sec
>HTTP throughput, measured with Ethereal, transferring a file larger
>than 10MB. It would be interesting how far from the optimal value this
>is still away.
>
>My test setup:
>Server: Q60/80, Realtek RTL8019AS ISA, QDOS Classic 3.25 Beta R, QLwIP
>Client: Athlon 1.2 GHz, Realtek RTL8029AS PCI, RedHat Linux 9.0,
>Netscape browser
>
>Unfortunately I have no second PC so I can only measure from PC to Q60
>and vice versa.
I am sure I have such a card.
I will fit it in one of the nine PCs here tomorrow (5 run 24/7!) and
test.   It may not be until the evening.

What is Ethereal?  Will a stop watch do?

Have you played with the I2C stuff yet?
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