Ronan Cunniffe wrote:
> <>100 megabit isn't *that* important, except uplink to the server. The
> real difference is switched over shared (i.e. hub), which makes a big,
> big, big difference for x-terminals. Not that this is expensive, but
> the existing equipment might be a hub.
Fair point. We started out with 10 megabit and a hub, which was
painful. We upgraded to 100 megabit and changed to a switch at the same
time, and had a huge improvement. So when I recommended 100 megabit, I
guess I should have mentioned a switch as well!
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