Maximum bandwith?

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    Firewalla

    You mean firewalla itself? should be tinny.   Previously we had people tested our product on an airplane with low bit rate and high latency sat links, works nicely :)

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    Anders Ripa

    Interesting to know!

    But what I am trying to figure is how much bandwidth a site that uses Firewalla needs to have. If the totalt traffic will peak at 10Mbit/sec, 100Mbit/sec or maybe 250Mbit/sec. So I like to measure alla traffic in and out through the Firewalla and register the peak data rate so that I correctly can dimension/order bandwidth from my ISP for the different Firewalla sites I have. So maximum up and downlink needed.

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    Firewalla

    The lowest bandwidth we have seen is around 2mbit or so, high latency satellite links.  The customers uses gold, which helps a lot with the QoS and filtering part.  

    We have also see 2 mbit DSL services, which uses the red ... no issues

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    Anders Ripa

    Sorry, misunderstanding.

    I need to measure the total amount of traffic from ALL devices connected to a Firewalla (not the Firewalla), more specifically the peak rate used on the port connected to the ISP.

    So if I have 5 servers, 10 computers and some other devices, what is the highest total rate measured on the external interface during a certain time period, day, week or similar.

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    Firewalla

    Do you want to measure in bit per second?  If not, then the network flows will be useful. 

    If it is bit per second, you may want to wait for 1.45, we will have some type of real-time data.  that may display the bitrate from the interfaces.

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