10g residential CPE

Mark Tinka mark.tinka at seacom.com
Fri Dec 25 09:52:20 UTC 2020

On 12/25/20 05:53, Brandon Martin wrote:

> One of my router vendors has been teasing me with a "true 10Gb" router 
> due out 1Q 2021.  I've been told to expect NBASE-T (1G, 2.5G, 5G, 10G) 
> on both WAN and all LAN ports + 802.11ax "Wifi 6" with at least 5Gbps 
> of real-world IPv4 throughput with NAT and essentially wire-speed IPv6 
> without NAT or content inspection at a realistic price point.  I'll be 
> interested to see what they actually deliver as that would make 
> future-looking multi-gig deployments actually meaningful.

For the home, if you're looking at shipping 10Gbps-based CPE's for under 
US$200, I can't think of anything other than the Tik:


They claim:

     - 2.6Gbps forwarding for 64-byte packets.
     - 7.8Gbps forwarding for 512-byte packets.
     - 9.7Gbps forwarding for 1,518-byte packets.


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