I have one link (IPLC) from india to african countries and the link bandwidth is 150 Mbps. This link i am using for my data transfer from servers connected on both side of the links. Now the problem is that i am able to get only 500 to 700 KBps of file transfer speed with FTP protocol even if the link is free.
The END A and END B distance would be around 9000 Kilometers and the response on the link is aroung 200 to 230 ms.
As per my past experience i have few links with in the country and the link distance is around 2000 Kilometers and the response time on the link is only 30 to 40ms. Here i use to get the file transfer speed upto 17 MBps. Now i understand that if the distance is more the file transfer may take some time but want to highlight that we are using RFC 1323 tunable settings on server NIC cards . With this RFC i should be able to achieve more then 10Mbps of the speed.
I don't have any experience on working on the IPLS link for huge data transfer so woulf need your expert suggestions on the issue. I want to achieve the maximum speed on the link if it is possible.
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