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I have a home network, server downstairs and workstations upstairs and downstairs.
All is 3 servers and 9 workstations. I have now 10/100 Mb hub working, and decide to upgrade to 1GB Netgear hub.
When I connected a hub I lost signal, it is no link, I switched back to 10/100 hub and it working again. From Netgear web site, I found that it is 100m limitation on cable length.
What can I do to get around?
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Posted on Jan 02, 2017
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