Removing The Network Collision

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Hubs
Network collision
Network performance
Hello, Sir/Madam I have a problem with my network. my computers are connected with hubs but the hub is collied every time. so I just restart the hub. but the same problem happens. plz tell me the perfect Sollution.

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Hubs will always have collisions. Excessive collisions may be due to bad hub, NIC’s or too long cables. A hub network is Carrier Sense Multiple Access/Collision Detection. You can make this network more efficient by replacing the hubs with switches. Note that the users will receive much better throughput using a switch also since it is full duplex rather than half-duplex like the hubs.

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Short answer: Lose the hub, get a switch…

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  • Yasir Irfan
    Its better to replace the HUBs with Switches and configure it for full duplex and 100 MBPs speed,
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