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Performance Issue I Have upraded all my hardwares still I am not getting a good performance on my site. I think there is some issue with the switch "Dell Powerconnect 224". 1. Can you please help me out how to test it? 2. What is the measure,unit,rated value of the switch? 3. Is it 24 port affect some how? 4. Differecnce bettwen 24 port and 48 port?

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Thats not a big diffrence if you use a 24 port switch or if you use 48 port switch actually switch is used to a number of connection not for a internet speed that is use for a networking if you want to upgrade your configuration then you upgrade your ram and our hard dives configuration

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