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NSA 3500/4500 sustained throughput?

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Last Modified: 2012-05-11
We are considering upgrading our Pro 3060 to the NSA series - the 2 options available to us, as part of the upgrade offer, are theNSA 3500 and 4500.  Does anybody have experience with these?  Specifically, we are trying to find out the real-life sustained throughput of each device with the CGSS services turned on.

We had a bad experience with the 3060, which states that it can do 110Mb with all services activated - turns out, that was a "misprint", and the actual number was only 23Mb.  I suspect the same fun and games with the NSA published numbers - so I'm hoping someone has done a little testing?

Our connection is currently at 50Mb, upgradeable to 100Mb, and probably upgradeable to 200Mb within the lifespan of whichever NSA we choose.  Thanks!
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