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Network browsing is very slow in our workgroup

We have 15 nodes in a network using switch. network browsing is very slow in our workgroup . how to outcome this?

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Try giving all the nodes static IPs Add. OR check for Worms on the nodes coz they navigate through network , choking the switch

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Just run the Network connection wizard, simply run that. Ensure that the PC, you are working on, has, a Password, an Name, has Sharing enabled, on the DRIVES/FOLDERS you want. Then you should be OK.

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I am connecting 4 nodes through 2 switch located at 400ft distance. the data transfer is not working. 2 nodes are connected to each switch, both nodes connected to individual switch communicates with each...


Just to clarify, you have 4 computers connected to two ethernet switches. Two computers are connecteh to each ethernet switch and a network cable connecting the two ethernet switches 400ft apart.

For all the computers to communicate with each other, they all need to be in the same workgroup "name".
The cable joining the two ethernet switches need to be connected to the RJ45 UPLINK port on both the ethernet switches, and the uplink port may have a switch (the switch allows it to function as a standard RJ45 port or a RJ45 uplink port).
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For what purpose? Why would you require the distance?

Rather than using a switch which will slow down your network traffic, you could just use a signal repeater. Better yet, why not just use fiber between your 2 locations?

Let me give you a clarification of what the MAX length really is:

The max length from switch to node is 100 meters. This 100 meter length, however, includes the vertical drops and all passive connections such as the patch cables from the switch to the patch panel and the patch cables from the jacks to the computers (or other types of nodes).

If you need to connect 2 specific servers located at different buildings another option that you have would be to create a Secure VPN link between the two using the Internet. Companies do it everyday and quite safely. I would recommend that if this is the route you take, make sure to include in your network design a hardware firewall and NAT based router using ACL's to control any unauthorized traffic or connections to either location at BOTH locations.

Hope that this information helps you out.

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Actually i did use win zero config.
My workgroup is correct (because I'm getting the shared internet access)
I'm using XP Pro
I've enabled all the necessary services in Admin Tools
So I can connect t the network its just that when i try to browse the network to locate the shared printers i can't

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Microsoft Broadband Networking Setup Wizard does not start


CAUSE This issue may occur when the Network ID setting on your computer is configured with a workgroup name that contains a special character--for example, a period. A workgroup name can contain up to 15 characters, including letters, numbers, and the following characters:! @ # $ % ^ & ( ) _ - ; : ' " ,. It cannot contain any spaces, and must start with a letter or a number. The NetBiosName class considers the majority of those special characters as invalid so the problem may occur if the workgroup name contains other characters besides the period. RESOLUTION To resolve this issue, change the workgroup name to something that does not contain special characters. To do this, follow these steps. Note Because there are several versions of Microsoft Windows, the following steps may be different on your computer. If they are, see your product documentation to complete these steps. Note Follow these steps on all computers that are in your workgroup. 1. Click Start, right-click My Computer, and then click Properties. 2. In the System Properties tab, click the Computer Name tab, and then click Change. 3. Under Member of, click Workgroup, and then type a name for your workgroup that does not contain any special characters. 4. Click OK, and then restart your computer.

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