I have a very bizarre issue. TFTP transfers are very slow when I have my server hooked up to my Cisco 3750. Transfers were working fine a few weeks ago. However, if I hook my server up to a netgear 5 port unmanaged switch, and then the netgear to the 3750 tftp transfers work fine.
TFTP Dead Slow: Server -> Cisco 3750 <- Client [Both server and client are connected to the 3750]
TFTP Normal: Server -> Netgear -> Cisco 3750 <- Client [Client is hooked up to 3750, where as the server is connected to the netgear, and the netgear is connected to the 3750]
All other services on the server (ssh, nfs, etc...) work as expected and I don't have any network holds ups.
Also, I introduced another tftp server on the network and that is connected directly into the switch stack. I don't have any problems with using that tftp server.
I will post my switch configuration a little later, but I just have trunk links configured and 3 vlans setup with vtp.
I am very confused as to why a netgear 5 port unmanaged switch is fixing my problems.
Any help would be highly appreciated.