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post #11 of 19
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What do you mean with 10mbps and where do you read it?
Approximate speed comparison between bits/sec and bytes/sec:
1 GBit/sec -> 100 MBytes/sec
100 MBit/sec -> 10 MBytes/sec
10 MBit/sec -> 1 MBytes/sec



It's 100MByte/s in lan 'status' and 10 MByte/s in windows explorer when i transfer a file
post #12 of 19
OK there is a slight difference in terms.

LAN status always shows in Mb (Megabits) and Windows file transfers show in MB (Megabytes)

You have 100Mbps (megabits) on the LAN status and 10MBps (Megabytes) transfer speed, this is normal for a 100mbps connection as there are 8 bits in 1 byte so the fastest you can go is 12.5MBps.
post #13 of 19
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OK there is a slight difference in terms.

LAN status always shows in Mb (Megabits) and Windows file transfers show in MB (Megabytes)

You have 100Mbps (megabits) on the LAN status and 10MBps (Megabytes) transfer speed, this is normal for a 100mbps connection as there are 8 bits in 1 byte so the fastest you can go is 12.5MBps.


AHH that makes alot of sense. Now, how do i get that upto 100mbytes?
post #14 of 19
looking up the laptop model it does not have a gigabit nic you must have a gigabit network card to be able to get the gigabit. Might try differt ports on the switch to i know sometimes one of my computers will drop down to 100mbit i reboot it and it goes back to gigabit.

if thats your model thier might be alot of G6 models
http://www.amazon.com/HP-Pavillion-G6-2123us-A6-4400-Processor/dp/B008EC0GMS
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post #15 of 19
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AHH that makes alot of sense. Now, how do i get that upto 100mbytes?
Both PCs that you want to transfer between them must use GBit adapters and any in between equipment must be GBit also.
You have a GBit switch and GBit cables but probably one or more of your PCs is using an 100MBit adapter.
Try to post what kind of adapter(company/model number) each PC is using.
post #16 of 19
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Both PCs that you want to transfer between them must use GBit adapters and any in between equipment must be GBit also.
You have a GBit switch and GBit cables but probably one or more of your PCs is using an 100MBit adapter.
Try to post what kind of adapter(company/model number) each PC is using.


pc #1: Broadcom NetLink Gigabit Ethernet adapter version 14.8.0.5

pc#2: realtek pcie fe family controller version 7.4.713.2009 (should probably update this)

laptop #1: realtek pcie fe family controller version 7.48.823.2011
post #17 of 19
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pc #1: Broadcom NetLink Gigabit Ethernet adapter version 14.8.0.5

pc#2: realtek pcie fe family controller version 7.4.713.2009 (should probably update this)

laptop #1: realtek pcie fe family controller version 7.48.823.2011
Without being absolutely certain (you would have to find the DevID of the adapters from device manager), pc#2 and laptop #1 should be 100MBit adapters (realtek pcie fe: fe=fast ethernet).
If indeed it is so, to reach GBit speeds you would have to install new ethernet adapters for these PCs which for pc#2 should be easy enough if it has an empty pciex slot (we need to know your MB).
Solutions for Laptop #1 include USB2(doubt you have USB3) gigabit adapter which won't reach full gigabit speeds, PCMCIA or ExpressCard gigabit adapter if any of these slots is available and lastly possible some HP compatible dock offering gigabit adapter. But is it really necessary to spend money for the laptop for some increase in speed?
post #18 of 19
If the adapter supports gigabit you will be able to change it to it like in my pic below even if the cable does not support it.

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It's 100MByte/s in lan 'status' and 10 MByte/s in windows explorer when i transfer a file

8 bits = 1 byte. 100 Mbit/sec Ethernet works out to about 10 Mbytes/sec.

Your typical GIGABIT Ethernet will transfer approximately 112 Megabytes/sec at peak bandwidth. 100 MEGABIT Ethernet transfers about 10.5-11 MBytes/sec at peak bandwidth. There is some TCP/IP overhead that prevents 100% utilization.

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AHH that makes alot of sense. Now, how do i get that upto 100mbytes?

You need Gigabit Ethernet NICs and switches in your network, then you can get 100 Mbytes/sec throughput.

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