I work for a park district and we recently completed a fiber project where we ran fiber cable through our lake and land to connect our 3 buildings to our 1st building where our two t1's come in. After the company trenched and installed the fiber cable, they said the signal from end to end was moving too fast and our equipment (switches both POE and NON) needed to be "padded" to slow down the signal.
Does anyone know how to do this and what it means? we purchased DLINK switches (DES-3010pa, DES-3010GA, AND DES 1228P) I have included a fiber map of how many strands were installed and where. Thanks MJD