Daisy chained switch to router possible problem

Hi Experts,

We have 2 switches that are daisy chained. One switch has a cable going to the router (please find attached).
Recently web pages have been loading really slowly on Ethernet only, not wireless.
DNS looks fine and resolves any queries ok.

The only thing I can think of is the daisy chaining, various sources have said it shouldn't cause too many problems as long as they aren't lot's of daisy chained switches. However the switches do handle a lot of throughput.

Any idea's guys?

Thanks in advance.

The switches are HP Proliant 1810-24G
chrislindsayAsked:
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StolsieCommented:
Hi
Attached?
Any hoot daisy chained is not ideal but what you gona do sometimes the LAG should not be noticeable.
I have a fair amount HP switches no complaints of speed at one site a client could be 3-5 switches away from the WAN interface.
I have a couple 1810 handling jumbo frame iSCSI data farm traffic
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jburgaardCommented:
Is the cable connecting the switches up to standards?
Are both ends of link running on same settings (auto-negotiate or full-duplex)?
Do you actually find a measurable difference on the 2 sides of the connection?
Does snif wireless vs. snif wired reveal any difference?
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