I have a client with:
3 workstations running Windows 2000 all with 10/100 NICS.
Cabling is Cat 5 using daisy chain configuration ( No Hub)
One workstation needs to share a folder for access to an Application that relies on Dbase file system.
This workstation currently runs very slowly presumably due to the application servicing clients.
I am looking for suggestions to improve performance. One question I have is : How do you determine if the network is indeed running at 100 and not 10?
My working theory is that if we off load the application to a stand-alone workstation dedicated to that purpose, the current worksation hosting the app will improve as will the performance of the app.
I m looking for suggestions for a hub that will support 100 mgb bandwidth and any other improvements you might recommend.
Please feel free to ask if you need any other environment information.
Load balancing is the method of dividing the total amount of work performed by one computer between two or more computers. Its aim is to get more work done in the same amount of time, ensuring that all the users get served faster.
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