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Udayan Mallik


@artvvb I have implemented a 1Gbps Ethernet link between my Laptop and the Eclypse Z7 card. I have executed both the tcp_perf_server and tcp_perf_client routines on the link. I have attached the output of the iperf command in each case - FPGA acting as server and client.  All the performance tests produce numbers much less than the Max rating of the link. The links is rated at 1Gbps on each side (Laptop and FPGA) (see images Connection_Speed.png and Ethernet_Link _as_seen....png).

1. If I connect a high data rate system to this link - camera or controller - what is the best data rate possible on this link.

2. Is the link 1Gbps in each direction?

3. Is there anything preventing it from acting as both client and server? Both Uplinking and Downlinking data? If I install an OS the ethernet link will be able to both receive data and send data. Is that merely a link that is operating as both server and client?

4. Is IPV6 faster than IPV4? What is the difference between the two protocols?





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