Trying to force it to in Linux still only connects it at The other computers still only connect at Mb. Initially, it connected at Mbps, but states it supports Like I said, I’ve trolled the internet for a solution and racked my brain for FAR too long for this not to work. Dec 30, Posts: I am so confused
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I unhook it from the rest of the network, and plug in my loopback cable, it connects at Mbps EDIT Thanks to erratick for pointing this out: Mar 8, Posts: Trying to force it to in Linux still only connects it at I changed NO settings, no ports, no ethernet cables Moving on to abulafia’s suggestion, I made a cross over cable and verified it by hooking up the ‘working’ PC to gigagit switch.
I think this may have something to do with HP’s dislike of providing native Linux drivers as well Like I said, I’ve trolled the internet for a solution and racked my brain for FAR too long for this not to work. Now, before I get flamed To me, this ruled out the OS. It’s not the hardware So is it the software?
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The switch is broken. I’ve checked everything on it, reset it several times, and everything checks out. System 2 exact same hardware as system 1: I made a cross over cable You shouldn’t need cross over with gigabit- MDI-X should be in most figabit and you only need it on one end.
System 3 completely different hardware, but still has an nVidia nForce chip set: I saved this one for last because I still don’t believe it Ars Legatus Legionis et Subscriptor. I am so confused Initially, it connected at Mbps, but states it gigbit Oh, and yes, I rebooted each time in between.
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I’ve reset the switch several times, and everything just re-establishes its connection at the same speeds mostly Mbps. Do you get link if you manually specify 1Gb?
Again, hooking this same cable to the ‘good’ PC connects at 1. Like I said earlier, I made a loopback cable.
Just a bit of background, I completely wired our house including wall fishing with CAT6 myself, have worked with network troubleshooting professionally, and have dealt with a plethora of issues, so I’m not exactly a n00b at this.
I am completely baffled by this one, but I’m not complaining PyroDrake Givabit Lurkius Registered: So, cables are all good.
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Dec 30, Posts: May 8, Posts: If you can’t get the linux live cd to go gig, you probably won’t under windows either- although the reverse may not be true proprietary chipsets may not do well under linux. Mon Nov 30, 6: I have spent the past week browsing many forums, FAQs, and troubleshooters looking for a resolution to 8101w problem, so ANY advise anyone can give will be greatly appreciated.
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