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How to Troubleshoot Low Throughput Issues on a Wireless Network

Introduction Data Rate is not the same as the actual Throughput achieved for a wireless network. The term Data Rate usually specifies the theoretical bit transfer rate of a particular implementation of Radio Frequency (RF) transmission. Whereas, Throughput is the actual amount of data per second that can be pushed across the link. Some spreading technologies are more effective than others, so the throughput will vary. 802.11 RF medium is a shared medium, meaning that in any discussion about throughput, it should be thought of as aggregate throughput. For example, if the data rate is 54 Mbps, because of CSMA/CA...
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bandwidth on trunk vlan.

Hello Being new on Arista I have a small question. Status of the project : Part of my job is to deliver internet access has several customers in an incubator, however I must necessarily go through a network owned a incubator. The incubator delivers me VLANS for each customer and I have a ARISTA DCS-7048T-A. On my Arista I have two ports connected to a CISCO NEXUS (which belongs to the incubator). So on the Arista I’ll have to configure two ports in trunk of VLANs. However I have not found a way to make a limitation of bandwidth (upload...
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