5 Replies Latest reply on Jul 22, 2015 10:59 PM by jonretting

    multicast performance test?

    jackchentoronto Novice

      I am interested to know what kind of bandwidth you get from vSAN health plugin multicast performance test. Right now our vSAN is on a 1G link ( will upgrade it to 10G later) ,  I only get about 80M/s compared with the desired 125M/s bandwidth, wondering what could be done to improve it. It's a newly setup vSAN and no other traffic at all.

       

       

      We use Dell N4032 switch, the current network configuration is MTU 9000, with igmp snooping enabled and quierer address configured as the switch VLAN interface IP, seems it's working as supposed:

       

      show ip igmp snooping groups

       

      VLAN Group              Reporter          Filter  IIF       Source Address

      ---- ------------------ ----------------- ------- --------- ---------------

      95   224.1.2.3          192.168.51.11     exclude Te1/0/2

      95   224.2.3.4          192.168.51.11     exclude Te1/0/2

      95   239.255.255.253    192.168.51.11     exclude Te1/0/2

      95   224.2.3.4          192.168.51.12     exclude Te1/0/4

      95   239.255.255.253    192.168.51.12     exclude Te1/0/4

      95   224.1.2.3          192.168.51.13     exclude Te1/0/6

      95   224.2.3.4          192.168.51.13     exclude Te1/0/6

      95   239.255.255.253    192.168.51.13     exclude Te1/0/6

      95   224.2.3.4          192.168.51.14     exclude Te1/0/8

      95   239.255.255.253    192.168.51.14     exclude Te1/0/8

       

      I also tried to disable igmp snooping on that vlan, doesn't make any difference on the multicat performance test.