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I'll try to find the other thread. How do I deal with my current employer not respecting my decision to leave? geoduck 8:52 PM EDT, Sep. 8th, 2011 I just wish Apple would allow Time Machine to work with NAS It does. I don't have a switch laying around, I'll get one after Christmas and give it a try. https://discussions.apple.com/thread/2785167?tstart=0
share Share on Twitter Share on Facebook Email Link Like + Quote Reply TheSailerMan, Jan 15, 2007 TheSailerMan macrumors member Joined: Apr 22, 2006 Location: New York, New York #21 I Lee Dronick 5:10 PM EDT, Sep. 8th, 2011 As with Geoduck I wired several rooms with ethernet, no basement in this house so I had to route them via the attic. Hell, most people don't even have Internet connections that match 802.11b (11mbps) speeds. I went with the Linksys SE2800.
share Share on Twitter Share on Facebook Email Link Like + Quote Reply iW00t, Jan 11, 2007 iW00t macrumors 68040 Joined: Nov 7, 2006 Location: Defenders of Apple Guild #14 MacVault Tried all portsettings on the switch, duplex, flowcontrol, even MDI: nothing.So, there should be no doubt that the ethernetcards in the Mac are causing this. http://www.cdw.com/shop/products/specs.aspx?EDC=969472 Oh wait, no that's cheaper. Airport Express Ethernet Ports All in all I have tried seven different cables, no luck so far.
Users have wireless and wired networking in their homes and small offices. The Mac Observer is an independent publication and has not been authorized, sponsored, or otherwise approved by Apple, Inc. Wired LAN-to-WAN speeds now top 70 Mbps, and Wi-Fi-to-WAN speeds exceed 50 Mbps. Even the MacBook Air doesn’t have Ethernet built in.
Other sites are invited to link to any aspect of this site provided that all content is presented in its original form and is not placed within another frame. Airport Extreme Throughput Forced the mac's cards to 1000Base-T aswell: nothing. I know I have the AE with the 100base ports - which is why i only use it for wireless. RE: No 1000 mbit/s wired connection to Apple Airport Extreme - arcticmoose - 12-31-2015 07:24 AM I just had a look through dmesg again and noticed a pattern.
As we speculated in our earlier review, internal Ethernet speeds restricted 802.11n’s top rate.For this review, we ran the same tests we performed previously, and we added some new ones. Either this is a duplicate post or someone else has had the same problem recently. Airport Extreme Gigabit Performance It really is a short coming from Apple from a marketing point of view. Airport Extreme Wan To Lan Throughput Sponsors AAPL Stock Price Apple Finance Board $108.43 +0.64 (0.59%) Quotes are delayed.
It will have Gigabit! http://camtronics.net/airport-extreme/airport-extreme-ethernet-ports-not-working.html Now I see things differently. Connecting the MacBook Pro to the same cable results in a 1000 mbit full-duplex connection. If you're running a lot of lines that'll save you even more. Airport Extreme Speed Limit
I actually thought Apple should have put the optical audio out into these new base stations to push up their adoption. I just ordered a ASUS RT-AC87U which seems to offer a great signal and solve my gigabit issues. Gigabit ethernet is not only on the MacPro. have a peek at these guys share Share on Twitter Share on Facebook Email Link Like + Quote Reply MacVault, Jan 11, 2007 MacVault thread starter macrumors 65816 Joined: Jun 10, 2002 Location: Planet Earth #10 clintob
My dad just ordered an APE earlier this week, and the lack of gigabit ethernet ports won't be a problem for us. Airport Extreme Max Speed A few weeks ago, after many months without any issues at all, I noticed that streaming video from the Drobo 5N would stutter or stop from time to time. It just is NOT!
I'll try to find the other thread. Mar 17, 2011 2:29 AM Helpful (0) Reply options Link to this post by Grant Bennet-Alder, Grant Bennet-Alder Mar 17, 2011 10:02 AM in response to mwille Level 9 (61,718 points) In practice, the two will probably be identical - about 100Mbps. Airport Extreme Specs They also say that Apple had to go into the back room to get the Airport Extreme, so it's conceivable that they grabbed the wrong one-- except that CW claims the
Yes No Voted Undo Score 1 Cancel Add a comment 0/1024 Cancel Post comment Are you sure you want to delete this zzzzzz? What can I do to prevent this in the future? It’s a build-to-order option on the Mac Pro. check my blog Then they leave the wired networking to 10/100.
If it isn't a mechanical problem it's beginning to look like a failing ethernet port to me. No, it's not Gigabit, and I would LOVE that as much as anyone. Now I can shut up about that. But work it did.
I just can't beleive it! How good should one be to participate in Pasporta Servo? End of story.Or so I thought. Bottom line For a total a total cost of about $550 and with no need to make any holes in walls, I now have Ethernet cabling running throughout my house.
share Share on Twitter Share on Facebook Email Link Like + Quote Reply RichP, Jan 11, 2007 RichP macrumors 68000 Joined: Jun 30, 2003 Location: Motor City #2 It has to How do you access the APEx from your computer for the tests, via cable or WiFi? –patrix♦ Jul 6 '15 at 11:31 add a comment| 3 Answers 3 active oldest votes In all dispair I tried another ethernet cable. Clever!
The other choice, 2.4GHz, is crowded with older Wi-Fi networks, Bluetooth device transmissions, cordless phones, and other interferers. The only way to get a gigabit connection between the two is through the switch.. Any suggestions?