CCR is fine. One of ours pushes 2 gbps at night and averages 5% CPU
utilization so we have plenty of headroom.

On Feb 19, 2018 6:11 PM, "J Portman" <ba...@baron.com> wrote:

> Our CCR1072 pulls 2g out of 10g and doesn't break a sweat.
> YMMV,
> JP
> *On Mon, 19 Feb 2018 19:03:26 -0500, Jon Langeler wrote*
> > [UTF-8?]I’d consider x86 over CCR if your at those numbers
> >
> > Jon Langeler
> > Michwave Technologies, Inc.
> >
> > On Feb 19, 2018, at 6:05 PM, RickG <rgunder...@gmail.com> wrote:
> >
> >
>
>
> >
> > Travis, I appreciate the input and cant speak for Steve but I've been
> running a CCR for years. Currently it's a CCR1036 being fed with a 2gig
> fiber circuit with peak traffic of 700-800 megs. LOL, I'm starting to think
> it's the CCR!
> >
> > On Mon, Feb 19, 2018 at 5:35 PM, Travis Allen <tra...@totalhighspeed.net
> > wrote:
> >
>>
>>
>> >
>> > Guys,
>> > We have had a very similar problem recently with non Cloud Core
>> mikrotik routers.  Nothing seemed wrong, but the router capacity to process
>> packets was maxed out even though the CPU showed only around 70-80% max.
>> After replacing the router with a CCR, everything was much better.   I
>> recommend upgrading the router to a CCR and see what happens.
>> >
>> > Travis Allen, President
>> > Total Highspeed Internet Solutions
>> > totalhighspeed.com
>> > 417-851-1107 x 501 <(417)%20851-1107>
>> >
>> >
>> ------------------------------
>>
>> > *From: *"RickG" <rgunder...@gmail.com>
>> > *To: *"Ubiquiti Users Group" <ubnt_users@wispa.org>
>> > *Sent: *Monday, February 19, 2018 4:22:28 PM
>> > *Subject: *Re: [Ubnt_users] MTU
>> >
>> > I've got the same issue. I cant identify exactly when it started, just
>> crept up over time.
>> >
>> > On Mon, Feb 19, 2018 at 11:38 AM, Steve Barnes <st...@pcswin.com>
>> wrote:
>> >
>>>
>>>
>>> >
>>> > I am trying to get every last drop out of our internet.  Most towers
>>> have a MikroTik Routing, Netonix doing POE and Switching, Fed by AF5x, and
>>> Rockets or Prism for [UTF-8?]AP’s.  Sometimes seeing some slow downs I
>>> cant account for.  Wondering if MTU or Flow control needs adjusted.
>>> >
>>> > The MTU settings are as follows:
>>> > MikroTik MTU: 1500  L2 MTU: 1598          Flow Disabled
>>> > Netonix MTU: 1528                                         Both
>>> > AF5x Up to 9600 Auto                                    Flow Disabled
>>> > Rocket MTU: 1500                                           Flow
>>> Disabled
>>> > Prism MTU: 1500                                              Flow
>>> Disabled
>>> >
>>> > In your experience should any of these be adjusted?
>>> >
>>> > *Steve Barnes*
>>> > Wireless Operations Manager
>>> > *New Lisbon Broadband*
>>> > *NLBC.COM <http://nlbc.com/>*
>>> > *PCSWIN.COM <http://pcswin.com/>*
>>> > 765-584-2288 <(765)%20584-2288> ext:1101
>>> >
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>> >
>> > --
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>> > -RickG
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