I ran four tests yesterday using iperf3. The T6225-CR NIC still runs with Chelsio’s SM10G-SR optics. It’s amazing that receiving TCP streams runs at full speed. Sending TCP streams limps away only at a few megabits per second. This wasn’t expected at all. Even IPv6 runs faster than IPv4 for these particular tests. The Cisco switch at the other end uses Fiberworks’ SFP-10G-SR optics. Does anyone have any clues? Continue reading iperf3 and Chelsio T6225-CR→
ARIN, the American Registry for Internet Numbers, is closing in on their Z day. Soon only AfriNIC will have IPv4 address blocks available for their customers, and even AfriNIC will run out of IPv4 addresses sometime in the year 2019.
I’ve been experimenting with carp(4) on FreeBSD/i386 10.0-CURRENT and FreeBSD/amd64 10.0-CURRENT for the past year or so. carp(4) is no longer a pseudo-interface, but rather accessible on every conceivable interface. Continue reading CARP on FreeBSD 10.0-CURRENT→