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Reset speed from 10Mbps on 100Mbps (D-Link DE-1824i)

Guys how is possible reset speed from 10Mbps to 100Mbps at D-Link DE-1824i. It was advertised as 100Mbps hub.
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Tony,  I was looking at the specs and found these lines :- Choices of 12 and 24 10BASE-T ports per hub 
1 100BASE-TX port (for connection to 100BASE-TX hubs) Which is saying that the user/pc ports are fixed 10Mps and there is one 100Mbps uplink port to connect two hubs together.
http://www.dlink-intl.com/Products/Hubs/DE1824.htm

Posted on Apr 24, 2009

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