As far as backing up 2 gig profiles, one can only imagine that more than one of them is being backed up at the same time. I’ve have seen the upgrade make a significant difference at another comapny I was with. Apple routers are a bit overpriced but tend to be reliable and good if you are a big Mac fan. Given the number of switches we have, would a 48 port switch be a goos idea or would it be the same as 2 – 24 port switches? This site uses cookies to help personalise content, tailor your experience and to keep you logged in if you register. Geot to More Fiber Anon Feb The new coverage and such matters less, especially since we built a new house.

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I really doubt that you need gigabit to the individual workstations, and that alone won’t do anything for network congestion. There’s a lot going on here and it seems that a gigabit upgrade would help speed the data out through the router and onto the internet. Just know I transfer alot of data nad love my gigabit vrs my mb connection.

If I were in your situation, I would draw out a network diagram and verify all connections.

Linksys SRW2024 gigabit switch?

The switch prevents collisions a collision is what happens when two nodes transmit onto the physical media at the exact same time. Nah I run it in batch mode and I actually pull it to my local computer not on the server don’t ask. Are we seeing the end of the road for the Windows NT kernel?


If you have an extranet type application they can tell you if this is causing the slowdown or if it is something else. Welcome to Tech Support Guy! Are you looking for the solution to your computer problem?

I’m mapping out upgrading our LAN to gigabit.

We have about 50 workstations and the network just drags. Click here to join today! Anyone have an idea of how to solve this?

Linksys SRW gigabit switch? | Tech Support Guy

Following advice on smallnetbuilder, I decided to separate my old B and G wireless devices from the newer N and AC equipment. I think I have the management convinced this is the way to go. Yes, my password is: If there’s network congestion elsewhere, running the local workstation on gigabit linisys won’t do a thing for it. We’re running a few file servers over five 24 port switches big building to cover.

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It has great recoverability if you mess up a flash. Only problem they almost always use Atheros which doesn’t support advanced routing.

I’ve been researching the Linksys SRW switch and seems like the right price and capability for what we are trying to do. I really am worried about speed the file goes from A to B. I am not aware of a Gigabit capable hub but that does not mean it’s not possible.

I ordered 2 for customers. I’m going to plug those stations into the switch with the servers and check the results.


Linksys SRW gigabit switch? In which we all know those of us in the computer field, not average users files use a whole slew of bits, the larger the file the larger the number of bits, the larger the number of bits the more benifits you’ll gleen from upgrading to gigabit provided the entire string from transiossion to recieving point is all gigabit if not then you won’t realize the full potential anyway.

This site uses cookies to help personalise content, tailor your experience and to keep you logged in if you register. I may be return the R and getting the Asus instead. If you have any hubs, you definitely want to get rid of them and replace them with switches.

Friend bragging about 10 year old car with really low mileag [ Automotive ] by IowaCowboy Thanks again to you and John for the replies. The servers are in good shape Xenon duals 2000, the network is clean and pretty straight forward.

And yes, I did go into Netconf to plug in the info for the correct module etc. Not complaining though, they’re great otherwise.