David E. Smith wrote:
> Unless you can know in advance exactly what kind of traffic the link 
> will be handling (which is rare but not impossible) it's all guesswork 
> anyway :D

True.  In fact, much of the 20-25 Mbps (or whatever) pt-to-pt traffic 
graphs I see often presuppose a certain "mix" of traffic (e.g. X% http, 
Y% streaming, Z% ftp, etc).

Some tweaks increase latency, but help throughput (and vise versa), so 
it's always good to know what type of traffic was pushed through the 
system to generate those numbers.

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