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Re: Network Performance Degrading over random amount of time

Am 2014-04-20 19:15, schrieb Chris Angelico:
On Sun, Apr 20, 2014 at 9:01 PM,  <h@xx0r.eu> wrote:
Ive tried diffrent things so far:

- Switched from a switched cabling setup to Crosslink.
- Swapped out the cheap asrock motherboard with asus
- Changed from onboard realtek network chip to PCI Intel Gbit card
- Reinstalled OS several times
- Testing from diffrent clients (Win 7, Linux Mint, Debian, Ubuntu)
- Downloading vendor drivers and using them instead of the kernel inbuild

Nothing so far had worked to get my gbit speeds stable over a few days.

Crazy-stupid idea, but is it possible there's some other traffic
happening? Pull up a monitor (gnome-system-monitor has a nice graph,
or you can just watch the numbers in ifconfig or equivalent) and see
if it's somehow saturated.


Thanks for the idea, sadly thats not the case (checked using iftop since its a headless server machine after all) i event went as far and fired up wireshark on my clients in promiscious mode and nothing obviously traffic killing was showing up there aswell

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