President of Wireless Gigabit Alliance to Keynote at RTC Group’s San Diego RTECC Event
SAN CLEMENTE, Calif.–(BUSINESS WIRE)–Wireless communications leader from WiGig Alliance and Intel will present at RTECC San Diego free technical conference on November 16th.
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i have seen workstations like the mac pro and IBM workstations and i’ve noticed that they have two gigabit ethernet ports. why do they have this?
Gigabit WLAN tech to shoulder Wireless DisplayPort
WiGig gains Vesa approval Vesa, the organisation behind DisplayPort, has selected the Wireless Gigabit Alliance’s 60GHz networking technology as the basis for a future wireless version of the digital monitor cabling standard.…
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I am running a Dell 8250, P4 2.4Ghz, 512MB RDRAM, WinXP, SATA RAID 1 300GB HDDs with a Netgear GA311 Gigabit adapter.
It is connected to a Netgear GS108 8 port Gigabit switch. Also connected to the switch is a Network Attached Storage Device (TeraStation 1.0TB) with a built-in gigabit adapter.
Both devices connect to the switch using 14′ Cat6 cables (brand new). All the network cards, switches are new, and the TeraStation is new. I can copy and paste data from the PC to the NAS, but it transmits around 80Mbps, which is short of the 1000Mbps advertised.
Also attached to the switch is a laptop with a 10/100 card and a DSL router running at 10/100. The switch shows the two gigabit devices connected at 1Gb and the two 100Mb devices connected at 100Mb.
Can someone help me understand if I am experiencing a hardware problem or perhaps I need to make some changes to my settings to get these two devices to transmit closer to 1GB.
The PC connects and transmits just fine to the device and over the internet. The problem is the speed. There is no firewall set up (the router takes care of that).
As far as overhead is concerned, can you give me something to look at, such as CPU % or available memory so can I use the performance meter under Admin in Control Panel to see if that is where the bottleneck is occuring…
I’ve switched cables, changed some settings, etc. but nothing seems to make much of a difference.
The connection to the switch is 1000Mbps according to the LEDs on the switch (for both devices). It accurately shows that the 10/100 devices are limited to 100, so I believe the cards and the switch are all compatible…
Network Storage Devices
Network Appliance provides 6 Gigabit LAN ports.
Designed for VPN, firewall, UTM, network bandwidth controller, and network management applications, 1U-type Model NA-320 supports 1.66 GHz Intel® Atom(TM) processors D510/D410 with Intel® ICH8M PCH chipset, as well as DDR2 SODIMM slot with up to 2 GB memory. Device includes one 2.5 in. SATA HDD bay, CompactFlash(TM) card, 2 USB 2.0 ports, and 1 RJ-45 console port. Suited for space-limited and …
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I have a switch catalyst 3500 XL wen i use sh run its only showing gigabit interface,thereis no fast ethernet interface showing .wht cud be the reason?