Could you please let me know how the switching capacity of a switch affects the movement of large files across the network?
Is it right that the bigger switching capacity, the bigger file sizes can be moved across the network?
Is it right that the bigger forwarding rate, the faster the files can be moved across the network?
What do we need to consider when buying a switch to make sure the good movements of big files (sometimes up to 30MB) across the network?
File transfer rate will not depend on the size of the file.
It only depends on the Protocol you use.
Example the FTP or the normal Windows file transfer TCP/IP.
FTP is faster than the normal windows
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