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ICS slow connection speed....

Discussion in 'Networking' started by magarvigin, Aug 30, 2005.

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  1. magarvigin

    magarvigin Thread Starter

    Aug 30, 2005
    i'm having problem with my current ICS...
    my connection is running at 512mbps
    11pcs are connected...
    I'm using a d-link 16port hub/switch ... no router
    i have 2 NIC cards on my server and only using the winxp firewall...
    my connection runs fine when running on a single pc but when the connection is shared it's almost impossible to browse the net and play online games.
    I've been having this problem for almost a week now...
    i've tried scanning for spywares and viruses but the've turned out fine.
    tried formatting HD's and called ISP but still the same problem.
    I've been running this network for 8mos. now without any poroblem not until now.
    i;m thinkingit could be a hardware problem...COULD BE THE HUB???
  2. JohnWill

    JohnWill Retired Moderator

    Oct 19, 2002
    YIKES! 11 machines on a 512kbit connection? I'm surprised you view the performance as "fine". :)

    Does the performance degrade as you add machines, or fall off immediately when you add the second one?

    What is the exact model of your hub/switch? Have you tried pulling the computer connections one at a time to see if one is affecting the network?
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