[Arm-netbook] Once upon a time you suggested building an opensource router
doark at mail.com
Sun Dec 29 03:44:48 GMT 2019
On Sun, 29 Dec 2019 11:06:55 +0800
Luke Kenneth Casson Leighton <lkcl at lkcl.net> wrote:
> On Sunday, December 29, 2019, David Niklas <doark at mail.com> wrote:
> > Hi luke,
> > I don't think that you created one because it would have not been
> > capable of 1000Mb ethernet, though most people in the US have 100Mb
> > or less internet.
> > The company friendly elec has decided to do so:
> > https://www.friendlyarm.com/index.php?route=product/product&product_id=274
> > A brief overview:
> > H3/H5 powered 512MB RAM.
> > Advertised as gigabit capable, but not actually able to do this with
> > just TX: 230Mbps and RX 334Mbps on the second port (the first runs at
> > almost the correct speed).
> how the heck did they manage _not_ to achieve full gigabit throughput
> on a router? moo? :)
What is moo for? I didn't get you cow joke. I want to though.
> > Thought you would be interested,
> > David
> only in a horrified-fascinated kind of way :)
Now to tell the tail of Franken Debian... :D
> did they wire up a USB2-ETH IC or something? those numbers sound like
> they sourced a GbE USB2 chip. USB2 of course maxing out at 480mbps.
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