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I am trying to measure the read/write performance of a networked attached storage appliance using a Dell Vostro laptop/ Windows XP. Nominally, the read transfer rate is poor (ie read is worse than write). However, when I monitor the ethernet connection using WireShark (installed on the laptop), the read performance significantly improves.

Does Wireshark buffer data, or modify the transmission in any way that may explain this?

asked 24 Aug '11, 11:06

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