How can I measure my maximum throughput from the leased line that I got from ISP?
I don't know if this is the right forum.
So I work for a Service Provider, and we got 2 new internet leased lines over fiber(LACP), 2x10 Gb from another department(same entity) not so far from us, I Port-Channeled those two to my Cisco Firepower, and tested the internet throughput with speedtest.net, which I don't think is the best way, but I don't know any other way to measure, how should I measure?
remember the link itself is 20Gb but how much internet data I can flow over it, is different, it supposed to be the same, but it wasn't according to speedtest.net, I ran a concurrent test with 3 laptops(gb network adapeter) at the same time, and it wasn't.
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