|08 Nov 2013||#1|
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Multiple concurrent application network throughput
Sorry is this is a duplicate, but I did a pretty thorough search first.
What I'm seeing is a fairly drastic drop in total bandwidth when I have multiple applications accessing the net simultaneously. Total throughput is maybe 20% of what any application would get running standalone.
For example, if I'm getting 200 KB/s D/Ling from my Usenet server, and I launch a torrent, the Usenet session will drop to 20 KB/s and the torrent run at say 5 KB/s. Or if a browser is launched, page to page transitions can be measured in cups of coffee.
It's not the box. Quad core 4GHz 16GB ram. I'm running on the Clear (now Sprint) wireless network, 200 KB/s speed cap.
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