Question about Cnet CSH-2400 24-Port Ethernet Switch
Good afternoon I have recently purchased two of the above units to link our warehousing and administrative offices together. All pc's connected on each switch see each other but the two switches do not. There is no led lit up to show the link. The cable connecting the two units is approx 65 meters long and is connected through patch panels with patch leads at either end. If I connect the two units together using a 1 meter cable I get a link. Is there a problem with this sort of length of cable? Please could you assist in trying to sort this out. I get a link if I connect my old 10 base T hub but then speed in reduced. Your help and ideas would be really appreciated. Brinjal
You might be having problem in following area 1. Check the cable first. You can use the cabe tester. If cale tester is not available then chek the cable with multimeter. 2. Check the port wher you have inserted the patch cord. It should be in uplink port of first hub and normal port of second hub. Try this and revert back with results.
Posted on Jun 26, 2007
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