I hope someone can assist me here.
I just recieved my Unifi 16XG yesterday and i am having an odd issue, that im struggling to resolve.
I have the 16XG as my main switch and then a 16Port 1GB switch downstream (connected over aggregated 2x DAC cables at 2GB/s).
My desktop has 2 NIC's, the ASUS XG-100C 10GB and the onboard intel I211 1GB NIC.
My main drive is a Samsung 512GB 960 Pro @ Read :3,500 MB/s and write speeds of up to 2,100 MB/s
My Intel NIC is going to the downstream switch, the ASUS is going to the 16XG
I have a Dell R720 connected to 2x RJ45 ports on the 16XG also using port aggregation (my SPF+ card is in the mail still).
On my R720 i have a WD Black SN750 1TB drive @ Read:3470MB/s,Write: 3000MB/s SSD
So my expectation, if i disable my Intel NIC, would be around 200MB/s (limited by the 2 x 1GB Aggregated ports on the R720). Is this correct?
To test LAN speeds, i disable one of my NIC's to test with. That allows an easy side by side comparisson.
I am testing copying a 50GB file from my desktop to the NVME ssd on the R720
So what im seeing, is that when i use the Intel, i get the full 1GB(100MB/s) as expected, limited by the 1GB NIC, and perfectly stable.
When I use the ASUS 10GB, i only get around 10-50MB/s. Im not even getting a stable 1GB i get on the intel, it averages about 1/3rd of the speed if not less.
I have swapped cables, and that makes no difference
I plugged the ASUS into the downstream switch at 1GB and that didnt change anything.
Ive tried some of the 10GB settings, and that didnt change anything. (https://www.ixsystems.com/community/...e-guide.55139/
I updated the drivers from 220.127.116.11 to 18.104.22.168
Does anyone have any ideas as to what the issue could be here?
Any assistance would be greatly appreciated