3COM GIGABIT ETHERNET SERVER NIC SXTX DRIVER
My first suggestion would be to leave the setup the same but move the HDs around. There was also the user who put another gigabit switch next to each HD Incidentally, I have not tried the bedroom HD at i output. Nothing that would be inherent to just the HD and Gigabit Ethernet. PCI bit slot may help but will burn a huge amount of bandwidth taking care of that GbE card and may mess up any PCI tuner cards you have. Sounds like there was something wrong with the cable that the switch was able to overcome. Probably way more than you wanted to read.
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Until I read this thread, my suspicion was with the displays. Gigabit ethernet card Hey, anyone upgrade their system to use a gigabit ethernet card? If your network is slow or acting weird, it’s possible someone is stealing your signal and maybe more.
Its own internal etherent is also a pain to work with. The picture was smooth as silk on the Pioneer Elite. Find all posts by HelenWeathers. Find all posts by Pelicanjoe.
Originally Posted by freedml Ok, we’ll put you in the ‘elusive’ category. Pelicanjoe Sage Advanced User.
Presumably because the switches were sending the data over the long run and the HD only had to deal with a few feet of cable. Or sxyx least have a built-in network test no, not something you have to jump through hoops to run and then more hoops to interpret. Originally Posted by stanger89 Yeah, I’ve been looking for the same thing. Find all posts by Tomahawk I have messed with link aggregation and such, but etherner never had really great luck with it, except maybe for load balancing, which is pertinent to Sage if it is serving multiple clients.
Networking by Aloysius Low Oct 4, Phones by Shara Tibken Oct 25, HDs seem to have an elusive problem with Gigabit switches. If someone has a clear answer, great. The time now is Yeah, I’ve been looking for the same thing. So many variables to test. Will be messing with this, this weekend if the baby allows me Hey, anyone upgrade their system to use a gigabit ethernet card? It was better with firmware, which is where some of us are stuck until Sage figures it out.
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This can help as you can always locate the same device on your network. Just some thoughts from someone who’s lived a few gigbait those nightmares.
Razer’s Sila gaming router packs all the perks in its trademark black box. Originally Posted by toddyus I find this whole conversation very interesting. I don’t suppose you have a part number, I doubt I’d buy it but I’m still curious.
Nothing that would be inherent to just the HD and Gigabit Ethernet. My 3Com 3CB Gigabit has 3dom problems either, and it’s a couple of years old.
Ok, we’ll put you in the ‘elusive’ category. Asus has built a fast router with something for everyone Asus has built a fast router with something for everyone by Dan Dziedzic. Try to get a switch you can administrate so you can control QoS settings and such.
Last edited by Savage; at But in the end its more a network design question, but you can put the card in if you have the need for it.