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Suppression of low network traffic in the switch?

The solutions for all my network problems were: Connect both devices, each per cable, to the same switch. Put them both into the same subnet. “It could be that the person you've talked to has seen ...
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D-Link DGS-1005A: What does an orange light mean and why is it only orange for one port?

Typically amber rather than green color means that the device on the other side of the cable is only capable of 100Mbps , or that the cable is only capable of 100Mbps , or that the cable is damaged. ...
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Suppression of low network traffic in the switch?

The electrical company explained this to me: In rare cases, it can happen that the intermediate switch (in my case, just a network of home routers and repeaters) prevents communication between two ...
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Fast switch on a slow / older router possible?

Your router is going to only really come into play for assigning IPs, and when traffic leaves your subnet. Within the same subnet, traffic is going to go from switch to switch as needed and not the ...
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