You think the Cisco's may be damaged? It's possible. I have seen Cisco's with electrical damage after an electrical storm. It basically fried the switch, some ports worked and others didn't, so the whole lot had to be replaced.I still might give them a ring cus after chatting to EduTech we decided that they might be damaged from losing power suddenly.
Imaging machines should not saturate the network. By default Link2ICT leave a lot of the Cisco security switched on and it's typical that it may view imaging (due to the gigabytes of data transferred) as a broadcast storm. You can request this be switched off.
In my experience it should normally just slow the imaging process down. Machines may take 10 minutes longer typically as it's filtering all the data. This shouldn't saturate internet connectivity or availability. I presume the DC is operating at gigabit?
After having a quick word with Ben, there's something not quite right with my master cab...which wasnt the one affected by a power cut..but there's definately a few lights not flashing! lol
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