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By ictro ·
I am experiencing a bizzare network slowdown occorance. I have a central junction where the gateway is located (Cabinet B). There is a switch connected to the gateway that patches all the PCs within that building. Cabinet B has a fibre optic wire that connects to another junction in another building (Cabinet A).Cabinet B also has another fibre optic wire that connects to another junction in another building (Cabinet C). To begin with, a network slowdown occurred only in all locations patched via Cabinet C. After rebooting all Switch hubs, the slowdown spread across to all buildings except the building with the gateway (cabinet B) where pcs are patched directly through CAT 5 cable. After rebooting the media convertors, and leaving things over night, I came into work to discover that now all clients patched through cabinet C (original slowdown area) are now experiencing normal speeds. However, all clients patched through Cabinet A are now experiencing the problem. After reboting the media convertors for that cabinet, no improvement occured. Again all clients patched directly to the gateway, with CAT 5 are normal. Is there anyone out there who can shed some light on this issue?

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