My Windows Server 2008 after a new install seems to bombard the network causing slow data transmissions between itself and any other device. However file transfer between any other devices is fine.
Therefore the file transfer between a PC and the server is under 100kb/s compared to 56MB/s with other devices.
Since the server is also broadcasting the internet through ICS, it also makes this unbearably slow.
The activity light on the switch is going crazy when idleing, compared to those of other computers.
Within wireshark, there are a lot of the following in back and red: "TCP segment of a reassembled PDU", source server, destination desktop (reports hedder checksum incorrect) "TCP out-of-order, TCP segment of a reassembled PDU", source server, destination desktop (reports hedder checksum incorrect)
I have already tried the following:
- new drivers
- direct connection using x-over cable
- different ports on the switch (TP-Link SG2109WEB)
- disable ICS
It is literally just a case of as soon as the server has booted and it active on the network that immediately it starts to slow down. If as soon as it becomes availible, file transfer will be high speed, but will immediately start to slow down, and then after two minutes maximum they are back down at 100kb/s