I've just installed a couple of new switches into an existing network. The switches run VLAN's and STP. The problem I have is that the new switches are capable of gigabit speeds, however servers on different switches can only transfer transfer data at fastethernet speeds. I honestly don't know why this is the case.
Its not only the switches switching capacity , but also your servers capability in transfer of data. Is that your servers are connected via fiber to the switches or via RJ-45 ( But RJ-45 is also capable of operating at Gig speed ) . Pls check by connecting two servers back to back and see wheter you are getting similar speed while connecting to switches.
We have HP blades and between each blade you achieve gigabit speeds, the blades are all connected via an internal bus to the a pair of cisco CGESM switches. Between each enclosure each switch is connected to the other switch through fibre, so between each enclosure there is fibre connections. All servers have gigbait connections.
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