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How to change network connection from 10Mbps in to 100Mbps

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Check first to make sure all connections are solid. If so contact your ISP customer service so they can troubleshoot over phone.

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Our local LAN is connected for 6 windows 7 computers using an Accton CheetaHub 2040. LAN speed is 10Mbps. We get a lot of lost connections to our local server. How can we increase from 10Mbps to 100Mbps?


100Mbps in not the solution, because the computer NICs are not being utilizing nearly to 10Mbs. You may have a 10/100 or even 1000 (1GB) Network Interface Card, but you will never get those speeds. Not on a desktop anyway.

Example: COX offers Internet Professional a max of 15Mbps download, and 3Mbps upload for $200 a month w/3yr plan. You would need 4 such connection totaling $800 dollars a month to reach 10Mbs, and this is one the cheapest plans out there. I'm don't know your service plan, but I assume the budget is a great concern.

T1 = 1.54Mps
http://www.t1shopper.com/


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Enough rambling, let's talk solutions. Get another hub to test out. Like a Netgear or Linksys. Get new cat 5 cables.

Then the server needs to inspected to see if the failure is there. Check the event viewer for warnings and errors. These can be very technical though. Is there high CPU usage? What about the NIC setting? These actually matter.

Finally what about the DATA provider and their equipment. Have them test out since they are the first point of entry.

GL

Oct 26, 2012 | Accton CheetaHub Classic 2040 Networking...

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I have a switch Dlink (DES-3026). All the status LEDs are blinking together with orange color. Is there any problem in that?


Blinking LEDs show data activity (Send & Receive) at the connected ports. So, there is no problem as long as the switch is performing well

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Feb 01, 2011 | D-Link Computers & Internet

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My lan card automatically disables and enables and is connects at 10 Mbps rather 100 Mbps


Please check specifications of the network hub you are using. If this is only 10mbps, then your D600 will also connect at the same speed. If your hub is already 100mbps, and considering that if automatically disables and enables, then the network adapter of you laptop is probably defective. Try updating the firmware of the unit and also the device drivers, this may also possibly correct the problem. You may also want to consider buying a USB network card or just replacing the laptop if the above does not work.

Jan 10, 2011 | Dell Latitude D600 Notebook

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My connection through my 2wire pc port phoneline is extremely slow, the internet is very laggy, yet all the computers connected directly to the router through ethernet cables are very fast


This is because the adapter is ONLY 10Mbps you need a higher one 100Mbps or even 1000Mbps... That adapter is too old to be used on a high speed network, replace it with a faster one.

Mar 06, 2010 | 2wire PC Port Phoneline HomePNA 10Mbps USB...

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One light is out on my linksys usb200m


It depends on which light is OFF: Below are the LED indicators:

100/ACT Green. The LED lights up when there is a connection to a 100Mbps network. It flashes when the computer is transmitting or receiving data at 100Mbps.

F/H Green. The LED lights up when the Adapter is operating in fullduplex mode. The LED is off when the Adapter is operating in half-duplex mode.

10/ACT Green. The LED lights up when there is a connection to a 10Mbps network. It flashes when the computer is transmitting or receiving data at 10Mbps.

Dec 04, 2009 | Linksys USB200M USB 2.0 Network Adapter

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Moderm speed


Your question is garbled but I'll try to explain some of it.

Your ethernet LAN jack on your computer is probably 100mbps and the ethernet LAN jack on the modem is also 100mbps, connect them together and it will tell you that it is connected at 100mbps because they are both working at the same speed.

As for the other connections, you are mixing usb and ethernet up so much that I can not tell from what you are connecting together.

Sep 14, 2009 | Computers & Internet

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


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

Apr 13, 2009 | D-Link DE 1824i (DE-1824I) Networking Hub

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Do I have an ethernet card?


Yes, Intel Pro/1000 is gigabit ethernet, which will do 100Mbps and 10Mbps too.
This will be compatable with your broadband requirements.

Feb 20, 2009 | Dell Ethernet Card Network Adapter

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Slow connection w/ FiOS


You may not be interpreting the LED correctly. The Link LED goes on to indicate a physical connection (if the Link LED is out, the cable is damaged or disconnected), but the 10/100 LED only illuminates when there’s a 100Mbps connection. The LED will remain off when the connection is only 10Mbps. Here’s how to quickly determine the speed of your connection. If the 10/100LED is off, there’s a slow connection. If the LED is on, there’s a fast connection.

A fast (100Mbps) network connection requires that both ends of the connection support 100Mbps communication. So, if the 10/100 LED on your hub is dark, chances are that your PC’s network adapter (or NIC [network interface card]) is only operating in the 10Mbps mode. Check the NIC in your Device Manager Network Adapter entry and look for any 10/100 designation. An older 10Mbps NIC may need to be upgraded for 100Mbps operation. If it’s a 10/100 NIC, refer to the PC’s documentation and check the NIC settings to make sure it’s not locked in the 10Mbps mode. Set the NIC to a mixed or 10/100 mode so that it can adapt automatically to establish the best possible connection.

Mar 06, 2008 | Acer Aspire 3004WLCi Notebook

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Slow internet


I suspect that the DE-528 (discontinued card by the way) is only a 10 mbps card. Unless you are doing some heavy duty video the card would be fine. Otherwise replace it with a 100 mbps card.

Feb 08, 2008 | D-Link DE-528 Network Adapter

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