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Watch on Youtube - [87/0] VLOG - TOFFEE-Mocha WAN Emulation Software Development live update - 17-Jun-2016 ↗




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Watch on Youtube - [482/0] 321 - Tracking Network Interface Packets and Bytes via RRDTool Graphs - Data Visualization and Analytics ↗

TOFFEE deployment topology guide ↗
Monday' 25-May-2020
Assume you have two sites (such as Site-A and Site-B) connected via slow/critical WAN link as shown below. You can optimize this link by saving the bandwidth as well possibly improve the speed. However, the WAN speed can be optimized only if the WAN link speeds are below that of the processing latency of your TOFFEE installed hardware. Assume your WAN link is 12Mbps, and assume the maximum WAN optimization speed/capacity of Raspberry Pi is 20Mbps, then your link will get speed optimization too. And in another case, assume your WAN link is 50Mbps, then using the Raspberry Pi as WAN Optimization device will actually increase the latency (i.e slows the WAN link). But in all the cases the bandwidth savings should be the same irrespective of the WAN link speed. In other words, if you want to cut down the WAN link costs via this WAN Optimization set up, you can always get it since it reduces the overall bandwidth in almost all the cases (including encrypted and pre-compressed data).



Watch on Youtube - [920/0] 0x17c Linux WAN Emulator | TOFFEE-Mocha | Live bootable ISO Distro | Release Update | 08-Nov-2018 ↗



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TOFFEE-DataCenter on a Dell Server - Intel Xeon E5645 CPU:
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