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File transfers very slow

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I have a Ctera 800 box and a gigabit cisco sg 300. Cisco is set to auto, flow controll on, LAG on nics and switch ports, no jumbo frames, no port security. The Ctera box is set to auto and LAG. The data gets transfered to another server on the same switch and same server config except for LAG. The transfer rate never gets above 50 Mbps. Any suggestions.

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Lancecooly

8/22/2022 - Mon
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No I really mean bits. That is why I can never backup my server in a day. It would take weeks at this rate. We are looking into the database portion of the portal that the server is backing up to. Mind you they are both on the same LAN for now and not transfering over the WAN. Thanks all for the LAG knowledge. Do you think maybe the firmware on the switch? Thanks
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Thank you all for your comments. I was educated more because of your comments. This problem is being looked at by the engineers. This problem is not a network issue but a os and or software issue. thank you all again for your time.
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