Getting Gigabit Networking on a Raspberry Pi

tingo

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Interesting exercise, but note what he writes: "However, for many real-world use cases, the Pi's other subsystems (CPU and disk I/O especially, since I/O is on a single, shared USB 2.0 bus) will limit the available bandwidth.".
 

Snurg

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And another thing is the high standby energy consumption of Gigabit ethernet, watts per port.
But there are even people using pis as NAS servers, so I never get out of amazement.
 
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