We have just upgraded to a Gigabit network at our office. The time to get files from the server improved, but not by that much. I read another solution using server cards in the server with connection teaming to get faster throughput. Is there a way to use 3 “standard” NICs to increase throughput or do I need to go with server NICs? We have the standard cards leftover from the switch to Gigabit. We somehow miss counted how many we needed.
Server: Dell Poweredge 600SC running Windows Server 2003
Linksys EG1032 Gigabit NIC
Desktops: Most are running Windows 2000 Pro SP4
Some are running Windows XP
All desktops have Linksys EG1032 Gigabit NIC
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