[Arm-netbook] eoma68 router (qca9531)

Erik Auerswald auerswal at unix-ag.uni-kl.de
Wed May 10 12:58:09 BST 2017


On Fri, May 05, 2017 at 03:04:37PM -0400, Stefan Monnier wrote:
> > so i would assume, because it's not an actual 10/100 ethernet, that it
> > would run at (saturate) the full 480mb/sec of USB2.  so not quite GbE
> > speeds but pretty damn close.  yay!
> Based on what USB2 gives us with "mass-storage" devices, 30MB/s is
> basically the upper bound.  And FWIW, when I connect my desktop to my
> A20-based router via USB2 on one side and USB-OTG on the other (using
> the "gether" gadget), I'm getting about 10MB/s, so "faster than
> fast-ethernet" maybe, but be surprised if you get "close" to GbE speeds.

That is slower than Fast Ethernet which is 12.5MB/s.

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