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From different documents I found that a X710DA2 Adapter with two 10G ports supports 10Gbps of bandwidth per port. But my query is - If I use the two ports simultaneously, would I get 10G+10G bandwidth at a time?

ZRahm1
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My test observation: I can get 10Gbps bandwidth per port, but when I use two ports together and test speed, each port gives me a 5Gbps throughput, i.e. I get overall 10Gbps in two ports together.

 

Could anyone help to answer this query?

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Nooraini_Y_Intel
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Hi ZRahm1,

 

I think you might have posted this thread into the wrong community forum. This forum only covers Intel FPGA product. Our agents can only help to provide assistance with regards to FPGA product. If you have further enquiries on Intel Network & I/O product, please post your question to the correct Intel Community forum from the link below:

https://communities.intel.com/community/tech

 

Thank you.

 

Regards,

Nooraini

ZRahm1
Beginner
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Appreciate your response on this. Thank you.

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