We have another custom-build PC as our router running Ubuntu Server 9. In dropping this down, it doesn’t give me an option for 1. It’s not the hardware So is it the software? I knew it was a small chance seeing as how multiple PCs can’t connect, but I rolled back the driver to the previous one, completely removed it all together and re-installed the ORIGINALS from the manufacturer, and re-updated it using both drivers from Realtek network chip set , HP laptop manufactuere , and just letting Windows automatically grabbing “the best drivers available” from the internet. Moving on to abulafia’s suggestion, I made a cross over cable and verified it by hooking up the ‘working’ PC to the switch. Sun Nov 29, I ran a netsh interfaces ipv4 reset as well.
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By default, it doesn’t allow me to select 1. Yes Advertised link modes: No dice on ANY of these. The machine always connecting at 1. giggabit
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Do you get link if you manually specify 1Gb? Mon Nov 30, 6: Last post edited to match the order of the original post. Sorry if this all seems a bit long winded. I agree, I’m starting to fear there’s a bigger issue with the laptop system 4 than just this If you can’t get the linux live cd to go gig, you probably won’t under windows either- although the reverse may not be true proprietary chipsets may not do well under linux.
Nov 10, Posts: I am completely baffled by this one, but I’m not complaining I saved this one for last because I still don’t believe it System 3 completely different hardware, but still has an nVidia nForce chip set: Moving on to abulafia’s suggestion, I made a cross over cable and verified it by hooking up the ‘working’ PC to the switch. Boot a live cd that supports the hardware and see if it still only does Mb. Mon Nov 30, Sun Nov 29, 7: Still only connects at Mbps, although I can select 1.
May 8, Posts: The switch is broken.
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This particular issue just doesn’t make sense to me!!! I made a cross over cable You shouldn’t need cross over with gigabit- MDI-X should be in most implementations- and you only need it on one end.
Sun Nov 29, I unhook it from the rest of the network, and plug in my loopback cable, it connects at Mbps I dual boot the laptop into Ubuntu and givabit several tests from that, but it still only detects Mbps Full Duplex as the max connection speed. Built a loopback cable, connects to itself at Mbps.
Like I said, I’ve trolled the internet for a solution and racked my brain for FAR too long for this not to work. I’ve reset the switch several times, and everything just re-establishes its connection at the same speeds mostly Mbps. Trying to force it to in Linux still only connects it at If so, I would aqcuire another gige switch and try it out. Also, connecting two affected PCs together still only connects at Mb.
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I can’t map what has been tried on each system. I ran a netsh interfaces ipv4 reset as well. It still connects at 1. It’s not the hardware So is it the software?