What prerequisites do I need to fulfill before deploying a VoIP solution on a existing gigabit network? We will have data going over the same line and we have a 100 mbit backbone.
Answer Question | June 29, 2011 2:25 PM
Gigabit network adapters, Network architecture, Network design, VoIP, VoIP network design
What happens if we run gigabit over cat5e? Will we get a connection? Is it reliable? What would be my max possible speed?
Answer Question | November 16, 2010 9:02 PM
CAT5, CAT5e, Ethernet, Ethernet connection, Gigabit ethernet, Gigabit network adapters
Should we run gigabit to the desktop for computers transferring files (sub 500 MB) and accessing the Internet and MS Office 2010. It is severely more expensive would we gain speed or would it not be noticeable?
Answer Question | September 18, 2010 3:14 PM
Gigabit ethernet, Gigabit network adapters, Network speed, Networking
I have a very slow network connection to server. So slow i can not even transfer a gig of information. The network itself is fast to other workstations, network usage is minimal right now but we will soon go live and this server needs to be faster. i have so far Disable recieve-side scaling Disable [...]
Answer Question | June 16, 2010 12:05 PM
Gigabit network adapters, Network speed, Networking, Windows Server 2008
So I’m trying to make a 1000 Mbps connection between two machines with gigabit ethernet ports. Problem is, even with cat 6 cable, my transfer rate is peaking at 12.8 MB/s (should peak at 128, yes?). It says in the connection status on both ends that the speed is 100 Mbps. Is there something I [...]
Answer Question | September 11, 2012 5:25 PM
Cabling, CAT 6, Category 6 cable, gigabit, Gigabit ethernet, Gigabit network adapters, Windows 7
I am running Windows 7 on a Shuttle SN26p w/nforce4 and I am not getting gigabit speed out of my on board ethernet. Gigabit ethernet card only showing speed option of 10MB and 100MB in driver properties. I have tried several drivers and whats funny the title in the device manager drivers stats Ethernet 10/100/1000 [...]
Answer Question | November 20, 2009 2:37 AM
Ethernet adapters, Gigabit network adapters, HP Compaq Pentium 4, Network hardware, Shuttle SN26p
We are upgrading our network for 6 of our users to be able to utilize gigabit LAN access and our budget isn’t big (about $250-$350 range for the switch). We have the Cat6 for the runs, replacing the 24-port switch, and adding NICs. I don’t know what is good or bad in the small-scale gigabit [...]
Answer Question | January 30, 2008 2:23 AM
Gigabit ethernet switches, Gigabit network adapters, Network, NIC