My Lan does not send packets

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Post 3+ Months Ago

hello im new and jus registered...i wanted to know why doesnt my lan send packetz and receives alot of them....my lan iz workin...very well...very fast

thank you...

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If your lan is working, it has to be sending packets in order to request the incoming packets. I would say your packet sniffer is broken, not your connection.
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Post 3+ Months Ago

zige: please you proper english when typing.

As for the packets, are you receiving 0 packets or very few? Chances are you'd just downloading a lot more info then you are sending out.
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ok, i have a screenshot of my lan connection

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10mb?!?!? umm, shouldnt it be at least 100mb? for a lan 10mb is very slow and very old. I would sugest getting a new switch and NIC's, at 100mb speeds you will really notice the difference.
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I have to disagree. Most people use their ethernet jack for cable or DSL access. Does your broadband provider give you 10mb up or down? No. For that reason, having a 10mb, 100mb, or 1000mb ethernet port will make no difference whatsoever.
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do you want more packets coming in or going out? does it matter or does it just mean you're downloading more or less?

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lucassix, im talking about if you are file sharing accross the network. Media Streaming, etc. If this is what you do then i suggest an upgrade. If its just for accessing your broadband/cable the theres obviously no need.
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* Agreed.
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I have a 1mb cable connection through USB. as on the screenshot Packets are not being sent and alot received. no packets are being sent AT ALL. i just want to know why the indicator of the packets never blinks!

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