I think you need to get a baseline here before you start blaming the switch. I suggest you take a crossover cable and connect your test PC to a server and perform your data transfers. I would do about 10 tests for each size and average the results out. Once you have this baseline for each transfer size you should then re-test via the switch.
You will not see any performance increase using teaming (load balancing) as your connections will only ever use the same path. The load-balancing comes into play when you have multiple clients - the algorithm uses either layer-2 or layer-3 information to decide which physical port in a channel will be used. In a connection between 2 devices this will always be the same physical port/link.
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investigation, the there is 1s delay between the client KEXDH_INIT and
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