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I have a mac pro 8 core computer and a mac book pro laptop both with gigabit ethernet ports and both are connected to a netgear gs116 gigabit ethernet switch. My problem is I am not getting a gigabit connection to the switch?

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It turns out I had bad CAT5e cables.  Upon switching them out all connections were working at full speed.

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