Question about Iomega StorCenter (33349)
Try changing the network cable, these are infamous having 16 points of failure in every cable. I find this especially true in my Gbps networks, crappy cables. Hope that helps! cheers. Next I'd look into your router/hub/switch. I have had many of these fail too after a couple years. Third, I'd try slowing my network to 100Mbps instead of auto in the network adapter properties under the speed heading. sometimes slowing it seems to solve lost packets. (which could be due to a bad wire) Hop that helps Also try simply moving the device closer to the router if its a wireless device, or change transmit channel on the router config, Noise can be introduced in a number of ways these days. cheers.
Posted on Aug 24, 2010
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