[c-nsp] Speed Issues

Michael Loftis mloftis at wgops.com
Fri Feb 3 22:17:26 EST 2006

--On February 2, 2006 10:15:47 AM -0800 Case Hugo <cisco at elkgrove.net> 

> (Hope this is addressed to the right forum)
> The issue we are seeing is that when we do a speed test behind a Cisco
> 3550  and then a 3640 to the internet we see approriate speeds (8-10
> mbps) but if we do a speed test from behind the 3550 to a server between
> the 3550 and the 3640 we get a download speed of about 80kps (ouch).
> When we replace the 3550 with a cheap router the speed is normal.  So I
> programmed the 3550 incorrect.  Where did I go wrong? What am Iooking
> for?  (I checked the speed and duplex of all ports. All set to 100 & full)

Setting them is probably exactly your problem.  Leave it alone let it 
autoneg.  If you're going to set it, make damned sure both ends are set and 
locked to the speed you're expecting to use.  This usually solves this sort 
of issue.

> Thanks in advance
> Kees
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