OverviewWhen acceleration is enabled and the Exinda is providing data at LAN speeds, there is a very fast transfer of packets in the network.
We have seen that depending on how big the downloaded file is, and the download speed it gets when accelerating, the packets hitting the network vary.
If a user has a 10Gb file and a 100 Mb file, downloading the 10Gb file might create a high packet rate in the network as compared to the 100 Mb file.
This high rate of packet flow may result in a high CPU usage on other network devices if they are not equipped to handle this high rate.
Unfortunately there is nothing on the Exinda that can be done to control this packet rate.