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SQL is slow over Point to Point T1

Posted on 2008-10-15
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We have a direct full Point to Point T1 connection to another location, everything seems fine File sharing, email over Exchange, I can ping the SQL servers at our other locations with low ping times 96ms or less but when trying to connect to any of our data bases it takes 10 mins or more to make the connection.
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Had a similar problem a while back.  Setup a new HP server with SQL 2005, moved all the data over from the old server and data access was incredibly slow, file access and everything else was fine though.  Turned out it was the way we had the teamed NIC's configured, while one was configured to 100/Full the other was set at 100/Half, changing the half to full fixed all our problems.  Don't know what you setup is like, just throwiing this out there.
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