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HP 2524 - seperate VLANs, can both support 100MB simultaneously?

I have a few HP 2524's running two separate subnet's, as far as switch performance, can both VLAN's process at 100mb separate of each other?

For example, I have ports 1-5 setup for vlan 0.  Server A connects via port 1 and serves four workstations via 2-5.  In theory those four workstations would have 100mb connection to the server, if they were all maxed out they would each get 25% of the traffic.

Next I have ports 11-15 on vlan 100.  Server B connects via port 11 and serves four workstations via 12-15.  Again, in theory those four workstations would have a 100mb connection to the server - can both servers provide a full 100mb connection to their workstations simultaneously?

Hopefully that makes sense.
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Encrypted1024Commented:
That switch has a total backplane of 9.6 Gbps. You can basically have all ports pushing 100 Mbps all the time. I wouldn't worry about switch packet pushing limitation.
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Encrypted1024Commented:
"can both servers provide a full 100mb connection to their workstations simultaneously?"

 Yes.
http://www.procurve.com/products/switches/switch2524-2512/overview.htm#J4813A
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LanMan6401Author Commented:
Awesome, thanks!!
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