We see about 10,500 KBytes/sec hdx with a 533 MHz WAR board and about
9,000 KBytes/sec with the 266 MHz WAR board.  This is Turbo and clean
channels, so it will be difficult to do this is in the real world, but
it does show the capability.

Lonnie

On 9/8/06, Travis Johnson <[EMAIL PROTECTED]> wrote:
Lonnie,

So what kind of speeds can be had with the WAR 533mhz boards and this
new V3 software with CM9 cards?

Travis
Microserv


Lonnie Nunweiler wrote:

> Recently we released the new V3 code for X86 PC Architecture.  I
> thought it was worth sharing the speed results for our new Atheros
> driver.  96 mbps FDX on a single card with iperf -d.  Pretty COOL, Eh?
>
> http://forums.star-os.com/showthread.php?t=5764
>
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