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I need help - I'm about to go insane. My network is driving me crazy. Check
Windows XP box, XP2400. SiS integrated ethernet.
Slack Linux 8.1 box (2.4.22 kernel). Linksys LNE100TX network card.
Linksys 8 Port 10/100 Hub.
Transferring from Linux to Windows: 3 - 7MB/sec.
Transferring from Windows to Linux: 40 - 200K/sec, with about 200 - 300
collisions per 10 seconds.
Both systems were operating at 100basetx, half duplex.
When I change the windows box to 10baset, half duplex, I get a much better
850ish K/sec.. standard for 10BT.
The odd thing is, this only seemed to happen after upgrading to 2.4.22. Until
just before thanksgiving, I was running 2.4.18. Unfortunately I didn't keep
that kernel, otherwise I'd boot it again and see if it suddenly worked.
Please, can anyone provide any rhyme or reason as to what's going on?
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