End System Hardware Issues

Sometimes an end system's hardware is not sufficient to support the demands place on it by high speed networking. For example, a system with only a small amount of RAM will not be able to have a large amount of concurrent, LFN connections. As another example, the architecture (e.g. PCI infrastructure) may not be fast enough to support high-speed transfer.

-- TobyRodwell - 12 Jun 2006
-- PekkaSavola - 15 Aug 2008

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