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By philldmc ·
I've just changed my ip scheme from a class A to a class C, (10.0.0.x to 192.168.1.1).

Most of my clients are experiencing an increase in the amount of time it takes to log in. Use to be instant now it takes up to 3-4 minutes.

What would causethis slow down?

Phill

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by philldmc In reply to Network slow down

The slow down is only when logging in, the "loading your personal settings" and "applying your personal settings" screen is up for about 3-4 minutes before the desktop appears.

No slow down appears once they are logged in.

I'm unable to know 100% sure what the issue is, same users on same computer before I changed the IP address.

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by ISPnetworker In reply to Network slow down

Make sure you have proper net masks assigned for your new network. Remove the unneeded old network statements. Make sure your DNS/WINS/hosts file is correct. Make sure your default route is correct.

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by Meierhoffer In reply to Network slow down

(NOT AN ANSWER, JUST QUESTIONS) Are your users logging in with Terminal Services? Are they assigned IP's via DHCP or Manually? What OS are you using?

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by Meierhoffer In reply to Network slow down

Is this a windows 2000/XP environment? What server OS are you using? Are you using WINS or DNS?

Once I get some more info I may be able to help!

Jay

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by philldmc In reply to Network slow down

No terminal Services, Windows 2000 SP4 Domain. log on slow down only happens on Windows 2000 or XP Pro clients. Slow down does not happen with Win9x

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by philldmc In reply to Network slow down

Server Windows 2000 SP3 running DCHP. No Terminal Services running. Clients at Windows XP Pro.

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by Siphter In reply to Network slow down

This happened when we were moving from a classC to classB with a different schema. In short, dump your dhcp database. Also we found that flushing the arp cache on our switches and routers helped speed things along too.

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