When I try and connect two of them together using their gigabit ports with a CAT6 crossover cable (all four pairs crossed, tested with gigabit fluke) I get CRC and input errors that causes severe bandwidth problems.
If I use their 100Mb ports, or tie the Gb ports down to 100Mb, it works fine.
I can't believe that the 4 or so 2950's I've tried this on all have faults. (Especially since they were bought over a period of months from different suppliers - i.e. batch roblems seems unlikely)
I've tried reverting to factory config with no difference. (write erase, reload)
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to determine which MAC Address table to look in for a forwarding
decision. To do this we require the switch to do...
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