Re: Lan performance issues
Date: Mon, 08 Dec 2003 14:42:04 GMT
On Sun, 7 Dec 2003 00:22:00 +0100, Michael Heiming
> What about speed between the M$ box and the BSD box, using the
> cross-over cable.
I haven't tested that yet, just because the M$ box needs to be
physically moved for the the crossover cable to reach (it's my
> Good, (not really), what about the NIC in the Linux Box, are you
> really using the right driver? I'd put in another NIC in the Linux
> box, an retry.
Well, I actually already have two (on-board) NICs in the Linux box.
The Asus a7n8x deluxe board also has an on-board nvidia-branded NIC. I
performed all the same tests with it, same result.
> Yep, it sounds like you have several problems.
I think everything is broken!
I'll keep testing.
Thanks again for all the help everyone!
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