network speed

Posted on 2011-10-11
Last Modified: 2012-05-12

 i want to check network connectivity of computers in two different switches in two areas in a LAN . users are complaining network slow and sometimes disconnecting . i need to check bottlenecks,latency,speed in two locations and compare . how and any software
Question by:techp
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    by:Christopher Raymond Mendoza
    Hello, what hardware and OS are you using? Are the computers in the same subnet?

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     different vlan same subnet . xp /win7 hp computers
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    check these links:
    try simple ones if you have small business. it might be the switch.
     if it is in one location connecting to that one switch.
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    I like to use iperf for this exact problem.

    You can find the download and screenshots on how to use it at the link above.

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