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Anyone else test this out extensively?

I've enabled it, but pulling over the network, I can't pull more than 1Gbps.
I haven't test pushing, or pushing and pulling together.

I've enabled 2 different types of teaming on the switch and it results in no network connectivity at all.

Anyone have any knowledge of it?
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Hmmm.... I might actually try this when I get my new router with Gigabit switch.
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Anyone else test this out extensively?

I've enabled it, but pulling over the network, I can't pull more than 1Gbps.
I haven't test pushing, or pushing and pulling together.

I've enabled 2 different types of teaming on the switch and it results in no network connectivity at all.

Anyone have any knowledge of it?
You shouldn't get more than 1 GBS pull or push. The whole point of (typiacl) teaming is 1 dedicated line in, 1 dedicated line out. Never tried to configure ti on a switch, good luck wiht that.
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You shouldn't get more than 1 GBS pull or push. The whole point of (typiacl) teaming is 1 dedicated line in, 1 dedicated line out. Never tried to configure ti on a switch, good luck wiht that.
Well I didn't try pulling and having someone push at the same time. Currently I unteamed them, and pulling while having the other person UL to me on the other connection. I'm pulling at 150-160MB/s

Meanwhile, the guy I'm getting data from has the Gigabyte p45 DQ6 with quad-gig. He has them teamed and all 4 are working in conjunction, granted he can't quite saturate 4Gbps.
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That is pretty good. I am getting 10 MB/s with Vista. Either if they are teamed or I am using a Marvell Yukon, doesn't matter.




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