This can help as you can always locate the same device on your network. HD 1 – bedroom: Cat 6 wire is way too twitchy to punch down and make your own cables and ports with due to insulation and twist requirements and such. Or at least have a built-in network test no, not something you have to jump through hoops to run and then more hoops to interpret. Life in the slow lane: Originally Posted by freedml HDs seem to have an elusive problem with Gigabit switches.
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Originally Posted by JetreL now that’s just sounds like a silly observation.
Originally Posted by JetreL. I don’t seem to have any GbE tigabit with my HD Find all posts by Tomahawk Probably way more than you wanted to read. Be respectful, keep it civil and stay on topic.
Now my Blu-Ray playbacks where choppy, playing for a few seconds then freezing for a few seconds. Originally Posted by toddyus I find this whole conversation very interesting.
I think that’s overkill. I can’t speak to wireless N for this sort of thing. I’ve got successful tests of even Cat 5 with GbE if I am careful on my punchdowns and wall plate outlets and such.
Last edited by Savage; at I would update the server when I could and regularly checked for beta updates for the extender. I’ll try that when I get home and report back.
I know I had newer updates on the extender sincebut my problem didn’t show up till I changed switches. Or specify that you need “XYZ” in a gigabit switch. I don’t suppose you have a part number, I doubt I’d buy it but I’m still curious.
I have messed with link aggregation and such, but have never had really great luck with it, except maybe for load balancing, which is pertinent to Sage if it is serving multiple clients. Find all posts by freedml.
Ethernet, Fast Ethernet, Gigabit Ethernet. Originally Posted by Savage Nothing that would be inherent to just the HD and Gigabit Ethernet. I think part of what makes the switch “green” is that it senses cable length and adjusts the signal strength accordingly, though that may not be the problem.
For a few years I’d been using a Netgear GS eight port gigabit switch. Networking by Aloysius Low Oct 4, Find all posts by toddyus. Mobile by Morgan Little Oct 26, But it all boils down to what you’re going to use it for.
For what its worth, here is my observation: Storage by Rick Broida Nov 12, Why 5G is out of reach for more people than you think 5G promises to revolutionize mobile, but those super-fast speeds will be hard to get in rural America. Find all posts by trini0. After countless hours of troubleshooting, reading, swapping cables, reinstalling the server and pulling out my hair, I see there are other people experiencing this problem. 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.
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