My 8 port Gb switch SD 2008 Linksys falls back to only 10 Mb on autoconnection. The switch is connected to 2 PC's with linksys EG1032 through patch cat 6 cables (3m). The system used to work properly on Gb . Both PC's now fall back to 10Mb
Same problem here - switch appears to revert to 10MB on some ports and 100MB on others. Tried to force 1000 from NIC, but that just lost connectivity - had to reset back to auto to get any connectivity at all
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Because the cox cable modem will only bind to one mac address (computer). You need to purchase a router, any router linksys, dlink, will do, get a wireless one so you can setup wifi as well. Plug your cox cable modem into the wan port on the router, plug your pc into one of the ethernet switch ports, you can use your web browser IE to login to the router and secure your wifi signal, power cycle your modem to make it bind to the new router. Most linksys dlink are programmed for a class c network, you could in theory put 254 devices, computers on your connection now.
Hi There, first of all you need to connect from your modem or router's port a link. Use a cat5 ethernet cable from the modem to the switch or if you also use a router from a port in back to the switch. Then when you plug in other computers it will see the internet connection.
Try forcing the ports that the server connects to on the switch to 100Mb Full duplex, sometimes one side negotiates incorrectly, and the switch can set itself to half duplex, even though the other end is set to full duplex.