Quote: Originally Posted by pparks1
The poster did indicate the problem with my post. In my example section, I said 10 megabits...but then followed up with 100 megabytes and 1000 megabytes. He wrote [sic] next to the sections which were incorrect. I have since corrected my post so that it is accurate.
We all make mistakes from time to time and I'd rather be told about mine so that I can fix them then just let them slide....so thanks to surfasb
I too would be interested to see if this problem gets corrected or what types of files they were. It's always disappointing to see somebody running at a slower speed than they should. At least the OP knows it's not right, I feel bad about those who just assume all is fine.
I didn't mean any insult.
I laughed when I saw it because literally everyone I know in IT gets their Megabits/Bytes(Mb/MB) messed up. While we all know the difference between a bit and a byte in our heads, we confuse the notation all the time in speech and writing. Looking at the above responses though, I guess some of us still
are confused with the notation or even what a bit/byte is.
Back to the OP's problem.
I don't think he's tried RedBirdDad's suggestion of going auto negotiation.