Question about Linksys SE1500
I have a linksys se1500 for a small business network. it has two computers connected to it. we are having trouble with consistent connection. the signal will either be slow or just drop out completely. when we turn the power off then on for the switch we regain connection for a while then the problem will repeat.
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Posted on Jan 02, 2017
SOURCE: linksys nh1005 ver. 2.1
first make sure that you are getting lights on all of the devices at the hub, and also that all four are getting ip addresses. if the 4th device is not getting an ip address but does show connected to the hub, then the problem is more than likely your router is not serving enough ip's for all of your devices. also make sure that everyone of the devices are not assigning a static ip that could possibly knock out one of your devices, or if they are all static ips, that one of them is not set to the same ip as another.
Posted on Jun 21, 2008
SOURCE: SD 2008 linksys switch slow
Same problem here - switch appears to revert to 10MB on some ports and 100MB on others. Tried to force 1000 from NIC, but that just lost connectivity - had to reset back to auto to get any connectivity at all
Posted on Nov 11, 2008
SOURCE: my network is slow while
It is difficult to have havy network traffic and not show anything. The stacking should not be a factor, it is the actual file movement that is causing this, and there may not be a way around it. One possibility is to limit the bandwidth of the file transfer, but that just makes IT take longer....
It is difficult to repair around factual reality.
Posted on Jan 23, 2011
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