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Can anybody please help me regarding any tool that is suitable for high speed data transfer.
I am doing some FTP file transfer on 100 mbs links on both sides. The FTP transfer is just occuring at the rate of 10 mbs . I have done the necessary tuning for the TCP window size.There is no other traffic , so it is expected that I should receive transfer rate of more than
80mbs per second. So is there is any tool that is suitable for high speed data transfer.
SSH is going to be slower than non encrypted protocols. The reason for this is because of the added overhead caused by encrypting/decrypting the packets on both ends that is unnecessary otherwise when using FTP.
I would say upgrade to gigabit if you want faster speeds. However at that point you will most likely find your systems I/O will create a new bottleneck.