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comment Can I have 2Gbit over 1Gbit Nics
Interesting information. So assuming all that I should be getting let's say 800Mbit out + 800Mbit out? How can I prove/reach that? Another interesting fact is that on Windows in Windows Task Manager when you see 100% NIC utilisation and flat line on the graph when you select View->Network Adapter History, Bytes Sent, Bytes Received then yelow and red lines adds up to a green one, so 100% in total. I've never seen it flat on 200% or even 150%
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comment Can I have 2Gbit over 1Gbit Nics
That's not very constructive answer for someone who claims READING IS KNOWING is it? Any idea what I was doing wrong in my test?
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comment Can I have 2Gbit over 1Gbit Nics
Yes. This is a performance problem. I've noticed that on heavy read on the NIC on Ubuntu box let say 750 Mbit the same Nic can send data anSpiff's tip with crossover is the first practical advice I got. Can I use regular Cat6 cable for that or does it have to be cross?
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comment Can I have 2Gbit over 1Gbit Nics
Yes. This is a performance problem. Iv
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comment Can I have 2Gbit over 1Gbit Nics
It's an Allied-Telesis 24-port stackable switch AT-8000GS/24. alliedtelesis.co.uk/p-1883.html
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comment Can I have 2Gbit over 1Gbit Nics
This is first thing people write. "It's full-duplex". So 100Mbit can be 200Mbit? Only because I read something it does not mean I need to believe in it. Especially if tests show something else.
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comment Can I have 2Gbit over 1Gbit Nics
Switch was doing absolutely nothing, dedicated for that test. But even if it was, GBit switch by definition has 1GBit per port (if backplane allows). MTU 1500, TCP with iperf.
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