ok i have setup a subnet on my uncles network on which i am running a domain with server 2008. i am using a dlink di 624 router and wanted to know if i upgraded to a 300mbps router would this increase the bandwidth within my network?i know i am limited to what i am receiving from my uncle who is also limited to what he is receiving from the ISP. im not worried about internet speed. i want to increase client to server speed for both lan and wireless.
Even without Open vSwitch, and using the stock, Linux bonding module with 802.3ad mode I had the same problem.
From what I have read about bonding, it seems like if you bond (for example) 2x 1Gbit Ethernet connections on two servers (ie so both have two ports bonded), then if using something like 802.3ad, a file transfer should utilize both ports, and you should see a throughput of 2 Gbit/s. So this would be an increase in throughput and bandwidth, right?
But, what I generally see, is for any single TCP connection, only one port is ever utilized at a time.So for example if I'm SCPing a large file from server1 to server2, I generally see that the scp session is only using one interface, at 1 Gbit/s. I can then also run a second SCP session which will use the second port, and also move at 1 Gbit/s.
This would be increasing the bandwidth, but not the throughput, correct?Which of these behaviors is what I should be seeing with 802.3ad? I guess it depends on the hashing method? Is there a hashing method which will allow a single connection to be spread over two interfaces, allowing 2Gbit/s transfers?
I have two Cisco ASA 5540, these ASA running ver 7.2. and used mainly as VPN gateways.My question is simple, Apart from the extra AnyConnect client functionality and the higher encryption, is there any specific security benefits (related to the VPN use) for upgrading to ver. 8.x ?
I am trying to install Cisco Connect for my E1000 but I get the following error each attempt "An HNAP Call to the device failed for unknown reasons" I've already updated the router to 2.1 version of the Firmware.
Error code: 82BD0305Error description: An HNAP call to the device failed for an unknown reason.Model name: unknownModel number: E1000Serial number: unknownFirmware version: unknownOperating system: Windows 7 SP 1Software version: 1.3.11069.2Connection type (WAN): unknownIP address (LAN): unknownIP address (WAN): unknownComputer IP address: 192.168.1.132
Our network administrator restricts all our new 1Gb switches to only 100Mb, to which he claims it will increase overall performance. Preventing devices from bottlenecking the network. (that is, only restricting the main switch ports, not the uplinks)For example we have a new building with 2x WS-C2960S-48TS-L connected together with FlexJack and then a 1Gb Fiber connection back to our core switch.
This building is on it's own subnet and there is little broadcast traffic. I don't see the point other than it hinders the potential speed we could use. Labs are set up in this building and 1Gb is MUCH faster when it comes to imaging and software deployment.
I have an IPAD, pc , laptop, mobile and my daughter comes over with her ipod and mobile.As I understand things my IP address range is not big enough and as a result my IPAD keeps dropping and saying not connected
When i check the status of my Internet Connection I notice that the sent and received bytes keeps increasing. I'm sure there are no downloads taking place that I'm aware of. No torrent clients, no antivirus nothing. I checked my PC for malware but that didn't work. As a result of this, i keep getting high pings in online games and can't even watch videos in youtube anymore. like, some software to monitor all the programs that use the itnernet connection without my knowledge or something??My primary concern is gaming (Call of Duty 4) so I wouldn't mind this idle downloading (whatever it is) as long as the major chunk of my internet connection is directed towards Cod4!
This has been happening of late. When i check the status of my connection, i notice that the "sent" and "received" bytes keeps on increasing when i'm idle. I'm pretty much sure there's no downloading of any sort in progress that I'm aware of. As a result of this, I can't watch videos in Youtube or play online games due to high ping.
[code] just came out with a new package called Roadrunner Broadband Extreme ($10 extra). The claimed speeds are 30GB down and 5GB up. I have a friend in another area of town who is getting these speeds consistently, although i will admit he lives in a much more "technologically advanced" area where there are several big technology businesses like IBM. I just had the service installed last week, and have even had the cable techs to the house, but i am not even close to getting what i paid for.On average a normal day i would test at between 14-17GB down and maybe 2.2 up (using Time Warner's speed test, on tests from places like Speakeasy the speeds show much lower).So the question after the long winded description is this. Is there any program i can use that may be able to safely tweak my system and get closer to the speeds i should be getting? I know i may never reach 30 down and 5 up, but if i could at least be in the 20's down and maybe 3.5-4 up.
I'm not sure about my title, it;'s the best I could come up with. I have approximately 7 computers, two iPhone, and iPad, wireless printers and a network attached storage. Most are connected over via wifi, the exceptions being one pc, the nas and a printer. I plan to add six more devices plus some ip cams. The way the router or network is configured whenever a guest connects to our wifi they can "see" our computers. I haven't been able to tell if they can see the files or just the name of the computer. Question 1: How can I tell if the guests are able to access the data on our computers or networked drive? Question 2: If I add a switch will I need to do anything special with regard to security?
My apartment complex offers free wifi but it is always unreliable, sometimes it is slow and I can't load pages. Often it says my signal is good or excellent and I still have problems. I'm pretty sure its not just my laptop because when I am home where we have our own network and my connection is great there. I have looked around on the internet for solutions and have not really found anything. All solutions say to do something to the router and I do not have access to it. I saw these things called usb wireless network adapters. Would they be able to increase my wifi connection?
We frequently camp at campgrounds that offer free WiFi, but many campsites are on the fringe of receiving a signal. Is there anything I can add to my laptop to increase receiving range- ie usb adapter with antenna?
I am using my ADSL Internet Connection especially for downloading files those past few months.I have even purchased an account at filesonic.However,the speed remain the same except that there are no waiting period and I can download multiple files at the same time.What are the tips for increasing downloading time? I am now using the latest 5.0 Firefox and Windows 7 and using or not using the download them all add-ons does not add much to the download time.
What about the telephone line cable? The position of the beetel modem, does that play a role in speed limit? Are there some hardware equipment that can cause a subsequent increase in download speed?
We have lms 3.2 that we are facing a problem with it. When we start the server the EDS-GCF log file size start to increasing rapidly until it consumes up all free space and it only stops when we stop the Daemon Manager service. I tried to do the pds how command but I get no output from it. I included the portion of the EDS and EDS-GCF log files. i searched and didn't find the cause of this error.
A small network and uses the Linksys Router BEFSR81 as dhcp.the default Number of addresses is 50 and starts 10.0.0.100 to 10.0.0.149.A new Cisco IP Phone just introduced requires ip addresses and have noticed running out of addreses.Can I increase the number to 120 so that the address range would start from 10.0.0.100 to 10.0.0.219, also, I have a VPN device which automatically configures itself for 10.0.0.199 address and this is /24 network configuration.
i just bought the E4200v2 and configured for my network. the router found the latest firmware and has been updated. i tried multiple configurations/channels etc with no change.basically, coverage is horrible, and even when in the same room as this router copying files from a linux server and a window7 machine is extremly slow.... almost as if its G speed. my mac is showing the transmit rate >108mbps and should be copying at 60,70 even 80 mbps (megabits), but im getting on average ~28mbps however, uploading from my mac to those 2 machines flys. im seeing speeds at 80 to 90 mbps, which is again, what i would expect.
Im installing & configuring a new ACS 1121. Ive updated to version 5.3 with patch:This temporarily solves my Active Directory problem but i still would like to have the NTP server pointing to the same reference as the Active Directory.
I wanna subnet my Network to increased performanced but im alil confused hereWhen looking at my ROUTER STATUS this is what i have.
INTERNET PORT IP Address XX.XX.XXX.XX gateway ip XX.XX.X.X XX.XXX.XXX.XX LAN PORT ip address xxx.xxx.x.x
Which one of this ip addresses do i have to subbnet?,my router is a ,NETGEAR N600 Wireless Dual Band Gigabit ADSL2+ Modem Router DGND3700 Wireless router - 4-port switch (integrated) - EN, Fast EN, Gigabit EN, IEEE 802.11b, IEEE 802.11a, IEEE 802.11g, IEEE 802.11n.
My laptop is inspiron 5520 new one just one month old ?I have similar problem like that ( my wireless is working but in very closed distance to the connection point, if I change the site to about 5 or 6 metter from the connection site, the Internet become interrupted,
We have 1 mpbs bandwidth line, but most of the time we are getting only 300-500 kpbs download speed, i want to send statistics report to our ISP, what will be best procedure to test the bandwidth report, i have checked in some websites like bandwidthplace and speedtest but these sites are not accurate, how to check the actual bandwidth we getting from ISP against 1 Mbps. We have solarwinds monitoring tool in this i have configured the WAN interface for 1 mbps
Plugging directly into the university's network I get a solid consistent ping to any website. This might be 10ms to google, or 5ms to something really close - but the point is its bang on exactly the same every time.However when I pugin the EA6500 and use the internet via the router the pings go crazy.
30 25 21 27 18 29 15 20 20 14 21
etc, no longer consistent and between 2-3x higher. I've turn off all firewalls and filtering that I can see on this router, but it seems absolutely crazy I've paid close to £200 for something that just destroys my ping?
I'm using a Cisco 1812 to route traffic from a small location with 10 users.. Users are complaning about packet loss, and programs with live database connection is freezing..On the router i've checked one of the Fastethernet interfaces, and I can see that the input errors are increasing constantly. [code]
I found increasing number of overrun in the tengigabit interface. The hardware is 6509 with sup720-3B and the overrun output is shown in WS-X6716-10GE module. The connected device to WS-X6716-10GE is EMC Islion S200. I think the capability of WS-X6716-10GE can handle EMC NAS device and the load is not so busy. So I have no idea of handling this and the reason why this overrun packet is shown.
I live in an apartment building that offers free wi-fi. The connection on my laptop is bad and extremely inconsistent. I was wondering how I could improve this. I was wondering if a usb wireless network adapter would improve my connection.
I just upgraded my router from the WRT54GL to the EA6300, and it appears there is less coverage with the new unit. Previously, my neighbor could share my router and now with the EA6300 my phone switches to 4G at the end of the driveway. Has anyone seen any specs which publish to output of the ea6300?
I am having a very strange issue with connecting new machines to reach the internet.We have a ASA 5505 which the previous tech configured the DHCP pool to 192.168.1.60 - 192.168.1.110
We ended up reaching our limit which I changed it to: 192.168.1.60 - 192.168.187
Then next day when I arrived to work, our DC was hung from windows updates. Once we got everything back up, every computer currently on the network can reach the internet/VPN tunnels etc. So (continuing with my day) I created a new server in a VM (Hyper-V)I can ping everything internally (even the router) 192.168.1.1, but I cannot resolve DNS. I have configured a static IP, tried Dynamic IP.I have looked for any ACL indicating to block outside the range of the old DHCP pool but no luck.On my local maching I can ping the DNS addresses, but just not on the new server.