Here is a question. When connecting 2 cisco switches
either by the Fiber GBIC port or with a crossover
cable is there a setting on either port which would
cause a slow transmit?? (Considering these are
pretty much straight out of the box).
I have an issue where network speed varies greatly
(slower) when going from a 2950 to another 2950.
USER----->HP Switch---->Cisco 2950 with storage server plugged into it= fast transfer.
USER----->Generic Switch---->Cisco 2950 with disk
storage drive plugged into it= fast transfer.
USER----->Cisco 29050---->Cisco 2950 with disk storage drive plugged into it= extremely slow transfer.
I have been having network issues with servers timing
out because of slow transfer. I can tell the transfer
performance by copying a large file from the user PC
to the disk storage server. It seems like if I go from the user PC to any switch to the cisco which has the storage drive connected to it all works great but as soon as I make that first switch another Cisco it's slow as dog doo.
I have checked all the port settings and logs and show no errors, dropped packets, or anything. I have tried switch to switch with crossover cables or gbic fiber to gbic fiber as well.
SO BASICALLY, if I plug a pc into a 2950 which is hooked into a second 2950 which has another PC on it and copy a large file it takes about 20 minutes. If I replace the first 2950 with a generic switch or an HP switch, the transfer takes less than a minute.
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