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Gigabit Ethernet on PS3
Gigabit Ethernet on PS3 –
I recently updated from 10/100 ethernet to gigabit ethernet.
I´m using a gigabit switch connected to the ps3, and my pc is connected to the switch with a gigabit ethernet PCI card.
My the problem is the speed transfer, on Filezilla sometimes I can see peaks of 35mb/s but when it transfer large files usually I can get about 12 or 13mb/s wich is like a 10/100 link.
Can you please help me to squeeze more from this lan?
The PS3 shows the connection 1000Base-T Full duplex connected, everything is connected at Gigabit.
The cable I use is Cat5e plus.
Found this link but is the same for me, I can get only half of that
[ame="http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=pltUdBYjTyQ"]YouTube - How to Bridge PS3 to PC Using Windows 7[/ame]
Please help me!!!
Last edited by teltras; 09-29-2010 at 08:58 AM.
Reason: to add a link
Are you using the latest FTP Server by team blackb0x ? (v1.1b afaik).
No, I´m using PS3 FTP Server.
That one is faster?
Yes...it's the best FTP Server you could get today for a PS3 ... use v1.1b (the latest).
I´m going to test it.
What speeds can you get?
Uses everything your network can give ... on a Gigabit Network, I'd say as fast as your HDD can write xD
When you say files what do you mean? Do you mean one large file or as in moving a folder of files over? Could the issue be that many of the files you see are so small that they download before the speed can even reach the max?
Originally Posted by xiaNaix
Nothing against Math (legend). Next quote irrelevant to above lol.
Originally Posted by sabin1981
well I´m talking about a game...theres lots of files there, but larger files the speed is only about 11,5mb/s
Very slow...24gb took 35 minuts
Well bro, that's what [C*] said ... you cant expect 30 MB/s from a file which is only 5 MB big.
And for your 11,5 MB/s limit on a big file I don't know....could be a limit in the Server for 100 Mbit ... or something is ****ed up with your setting, since I also saw people who are reaching 34 MB/s ... dunno I true, but I don't see why not.
tested with blackbox v1.1 and now I hit 60mb/s but not stable, peak only.
The file was an MKV with 4,7gb and it took 2 minuts 45 seconds, at the end of the download the speed was stable at 29mb/s in the middle it was about 33mb/s.
Now I´m happy