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Installing a Gigabit network (Read 2731 times)
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Installing a Gigabit network
09.12.07 at 20:46:21
Installing a Gigabit network
I installed a Gigabit ethernet today. At maximum speeds of 1000 Mbit/s should be possible. My speed tests show a 50% usage when copying very large files. Doing such tests on the 100Mbit LAN show throughputs of up to 80% so it looks like it is six times faster than before.  
Fetching files from my NAS (Western Digital Mybook World II) is up from 35% on the 100Mbit LAN to 5% on the 1Gbit LAN.
The Gigabit LAN consists of a 8 port Linksys switch SD2008 ayout&cid=1123638179676&pagename=Linksys%2FCommon%2FVisitorWrapper&lid=7967622279B40
The network adapters are the Belkin FSD5005
The connected PCs are Windows XP Home and Windows XP Pro
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