On Mon, 2005-03-28 at 22:30 +0100, Nils Olofsson wrote:
> Howdy all,
> When you have two or more switches on different subnets (say)one at
> 1Gbit the others 100mbit is it better to get the fibre modules for the
> switches and fibre network cards and do routing between switches that
> way. Or just use 1xGbit port and say 2x100mbit(bonded) in a Linux
> router. The object been to maximise the throughput from the 1Gbit switch
> to the 100mbit switches.
Put it another way, How do you get the maximum throughput from a gigbit
to 100mbit switches(different subnets). Someone must have some idea, or
is what i said about the fibre ok for this purpose.Or is there a better
way to do this... The all knowing "Google" hasn't really turned up
anything as to how this would be done.
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