75000pps x 1500bytes x 8 bits per byte = 900Mbps
This is best case, e.g. for large downloads and streaming over TCP. You'll get smaller sized packets from videoconferencing, interactive applications/games, DNS etc.
OMG I should go to Specsavers LOL, I read kpps as kbps that's why I was confused, kpps makes sense.
Games using small packets would never need large bandwidth when playing, not needed to do any videoconferencing in a while, so we should be good.
Yeah, its a shame due to we don't need all the extra ethernet ports, but saying that, with the RB4011iGS+RM we might be able to remove one of our first LAN Switches due to there "might" be enough ports on this to connect all those cables, but I would need to check (but I might just leave it as 1 in and 1 out).
OMG, I just saw the CCR1016-12G (1U Rack) not a bad price either, but look at the test results OMG LOL
Yes they are awesome. A client has several CCR1036 (with 36 cores) in data centres; when forwarding 500Mbps and processing BGP updates the visible CPU load wanders between 0 and 2%.
Even the CCR1036-8G-2S+ and the CCR1036-12G-4S (Cloud Core Router) has a nice affordable price on it, sure I have no need for the 4 SFP ports.
We use to have some rack stuff here several years back in the 100Mbit days, but wasn't a fan (pun intended) of all the (whooooo) fan noise from them, we were going to move it all to its own location, but never got around to it.
Might look into all this again at a later date now that they are a nice price.