Or specify that you need “XYZ” in a gigabit switch. Life in the slow lane: There was also the user who put another gigabit switch next to each HD Find all posts by Tomahawk Find all posts by SandKicker.
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How to use your router’s parental controls How to use your router’s parental controls by Molly Price. Incidentally, per one of the posts in here. Networking by Shara Tibken Oct 22, Originally Posted by freedml HDs seem to have an elusive problem with Gigabit switches.
If your network is slow or acting weird, it’s possible someone is stealing your signal and maybe more. I have messed with link aggregation and such, but have never had really great luck with it, except maybe for load balancing, which is pertinent to Sage if it is serving multiple clients.
Obviously, G and such would be out for HD streaming. I think this points to a hardware deficiency in the HD that was made worse by network driver firmware ‘enhancements’ since The time now is Gigabit ethernet card Hey, anyone upgrade their system to use a gigabit ethernet card?
Cat 6 wire is way too twitchy to punch down and make your own cables and ports with due to insulation and twist requirements and such. Find all posts by SandKicker. Get a 4-terabyte USB 3. Nothing that would be inherent to just the HD and Gigabit Ethernet.
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So sxxtx variables to test. As a physicist once said “Practice always works in Theory, but Theory doesn’t always work in Practice”. Originally Posted by JetreL now that’s just sounds like a silly observation. Discussion threads can be closed at any time at our discretion. I’ve always used GigE in my servers.
Now my Blu-Ray playbacks where choppy, playing for a few seconds then freezing for a few seconds. Best wishes on your networking. Much to gigqbit delight, once again, the Blu-Ray files play flawlessly through the extender. Originally Posted by Savage My first suggestion would be to leave the setup the same but move the HDs around. Presumably because the switches sdtx sending the data over the long run and the HD only had to deal with a few feet of cable.
Pelicanjoe Sage Advanced User. Until I read this thread, my suspicion was with the displays. I expect the problems will stay with the ‘wire’ not the HD It makes logical sense to do this upgrade, but many times I miss something less obvious. But in the end its more a network design question, but you can put the card in if you have the need for it.
Ok, we’ll put you in the ‘elusive’ category.
Find all posts by freedml. If someone has a clear answer, great. I’ll try that when I get home and report back. I have three HDs.