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hari

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Re: Ripped DVD Playback Preformance Issues- Network maybe?
« Reply #30 on: October 25, 2008, 11:05:39 pm »
match MTU (2000 on the switchport vs 1500 on linux, use 1500 everywhere for now) and duplex. I'd assume the framing errors shown in the ifconfig output relate to that.

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Re: Ripped DVD Playback Preformance Issues- Network maybe?
« Reply #31 on: October 26, 2008, 12:19:25 am »
All my movies exist on the core.  I use the media directors as well as the core itself to rip movies.  I guess I am not sure what you mean?

Ok, my bad. I thought you where using an external hdd for the movies.

Weird that the Core and MD doesn't accept the speed or wants slower speed to be used.
And the 3550 doesn't seem to bother..

By clearing the interfaces I meant the clear counters interface .... command

Is it me that needs to do my homework or shouldn't the eth0 at the core be external ?
 I know I have read something about that and that it was recomended because of how the dcerouter was "designed" to work.

Lets see what can be found from the wireshark.

Thank's hari for the commands.
 I am writing it all down for future use. Just don't understand the output(what to look for) of cat/proc/interrupts

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