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Cable problems in my network a cable connected via computres but these cable some times connect 100mbps and afters few mintes this is disconnected or 10 mbps please slove these problems

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  • Carl Navarro
    Carl Navarro May 11, 2010

    Where did the cable come from? Is it a commercial cable, something you made yourself, or maybe it doesn't fit into the jack very well?

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You may need to change the wiring if it is very old or faulty. Faulty wiring can slow down the speed.

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