When performing either the WAN test or the LAN test in the ENERGY STAR Small Networking Equipment test procedure, the data rate chosen on the high data rate test may be different for each test and should be tailored for the interface targeted by the test. For instance, an IAD with 360 Mbps symmetric line rate on the WAN interface and 1 Gbps symmetric line rate on the LAN interface, the target data rate for the WAN test would be 200 Mbps and for the LAN test it would be 500 Mbps. For an asymmetric WAN line rate of 240 Down and 160 Up, the target line rates would be 200 mbps down and 100 Mbps up.
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