How can I calculate my AVB bandwidth?

How can I calculate my AVB bandwidth?

This is a question we get quite often from our users trying to evaluate the maximum channel count on their network or how much bandwidth is left for other protocols.

The following tool will help you with that :

If you are trying to evaluate a MILAN network, I suggest that you read our article about MILAN Stream Format. This will help configure the calculator with the appropriate parameters.

As always, we hope this helps you with your network design.
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