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Slow speed of data transfer 10 MBPS instead of 100 MBPS

I have a D-Link DE-824TP Switch. i feel it is now slow in speed. now it provide 10 MBPS speed of data transfer, but i worked with 100 MBPS of data transfer on it. i don't know the problem. it sho the colision blinking indicator. is it is the reason of slow speed. plz help and suggest me what to do

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The switch which ur pc is connected might have been set to 10 mbps ...if the switch is managable cisco switch try changing the port setting to 100mbps full duplex

Posted on Apr 21, 2009

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