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slow speed of data in network.....

Pls help me what is the cause behind slow speed of data in network .........

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Hall of Fame Super Gold

Re: slow speed of data in network.....

Do you realize that your question is akin to asking how long is a piece of string ?

Please be professional and explain full details of a problem when posting in this forum.

New Member

Re: slow speed of data in network.....

m trying to say how many causes behind the slow speed of network?

Hall of Fame Super Gold

Re: slow speed of data in network.....

Very many.

Now if you have a real problem, please explain it.

If you are preparing for some exam or just an idle question, state it and you can be pointed to some generic training material.

New Member

Re: slow speed of data in network.....

well

it's a real problem. our client site we are using Cisco 1841 router and server site Dlink 3660 router. but problem is in client site.

when we want to save data into server it trasmite very slowly. it's showing data transmission success rate is 72%.

Hall of Fame Super Gold

Re: slow speed of data in network.....

That is a start. From the 1841 router do "ping x.x.x.x repeat 1000" with x.x.x.x being the address of server.

If you have some packets lost, problem can be on the circuits, and you start investigating that.

New Member

Re: slow speed of data in network.....

i have already do this . there are some packets are lost. i m not understand where is the problem . i m thinking our client did not set any proper earthing wires on site there may be chaces for packet lost.is it?

Hall of Fame Super Gold

Re: slow speed of data in network.....

How many packets lost? is there a circuit and of which kind? Check show interface for any error.

New Member

Re: slow speed of data in network.....

first thing you have to verify is

duplex settings on both ends

it should be the same

if one side is set as half duplex and other as full you may experience some slow response issues

New Member

Re: slow speed of data in network.....

i have already check this . both ends are same .....pls tell me another possiblities..

Silver

Re: slow speed of data in network.....

Hi Ravi ,

how the client site is connected to server site ? any E1 or any other line ?

if you are using any circuit check the input errors ..

Thanks,

satish.

New Member

Re: slow speed of data in network.....

client site connected to server site by using ISDN line.

New Member

Re: slow speed of data in network.....

if the traffic passes through the serial link

or any check the utilization of the link

New Member

Re: slow speed of data in network.....

if the traffic passes through the serial link

or any check the utilization of the link

your question is more generic thats why delay

you post with more specific details so someone in this forum or myself can help to solve the problem.

rgds

shiva

New Member

Re: slow speed of data in network.....

well

it's a real problem. our client site we are using Cisco 1841 router and server site Dlink 3660 router. but problem is in client site.

when we want to save data into server it trasmite very slowly. it's showing data transmission success rate is 72%.

New Member

Re: slow speed of data in network.....

increase the bandwitdh!

New Member

Re: slow speed of data in network.....

there is no need to increase the bandwitdh, bco'z there is very lees data is to be trasferred. can u tell me there is chances of data loss is no proper earthing. is it?

Hall of Fame Super Gold

Re: slow speed of data in network.....

Until you explain what are the circuits in question, and send show interface, nothing can be suggested.

Please don't submit questions to this professional forum unless you are ready to corroborate you inquiry with all the necessary details.

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