Slow Data Transfer is not Always caused by the Network Slow data transfers are sometimes caused by a slow computer. Determine if the computer is the reason by comparing the transfer speed with a different computer connected on the...
When only one computer on your network is slow it is easier to troubleshoot because the problem is isolated.
If the entire network or a part of the network is slow, it could mean you have a faulty switch or a you network is wrongly configured. Here are some hints about possible faults.
Having a baby could affect your wireless communication? Yes. Well, indirectly yes. Who has a baby and a wireless network will most likely have a baby monitor. We all like to spend our time blogging, or browsing the Internet...
Sometimes in order to test a computer’s hardware or software we need a network link for the network adapter. The solution, very often, is to carry around a hub.
If you don’t want to carry around a hub, or you simply don’t have it, you can create a network loopback cable. The loopback cable will work as the computer was connected to a real network transmitting and receiving packets. This kind of setup allows the technician to troubleshoot hardware.
Who didn’t have problems with the Internet speed at least once? OK, many of us, but as an IT professional I always meet and talk to the people who did have problems with their Internet Speed.
I hate to be run through standard procedure, which by the way I know by hearth, (I used to work in an ISP call center). You probably hate it too. If your problem is the Internet connection you will probably have to talk to an agent anyway, but, (with the help of my article), you will know from the start what’s wrong with your Internet connection.