Slow internet on a Cisco Switch SF102-24-NA connected to a Cisco Router RV180
Internet is very slow on all desktop connected to a Cisco Switch SF102-24-NA which is connected to a Cisco Router RV180. To be sure, we have replace the cable between them, with no success. What could cause that?
NB: the WIFI from an AP connected to the same router is ok...
Hi Nubil, the SF102 is an umanage switch. If the problem does not exist directly connecting to the router then there is nothing to do about that switch since it's only a piece of hardware. If the performance is not satisfactory, return the switch or RMA.
I seriously doubt the switch is your problem since it is just a piece of hardware. I would have a tendency to think you have another issue but you experience mostly through the switch.
You could always swap out the switch with a different one and see what happens.
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