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    HP Procurve 2524 question

    Hi,

    I've got a manged switch, HP Procurve 2524.

    All the 24 ports are 10/100.

    It has 2 other ports - 1 has a fibre module in it, and 1 has a gigabit module.

    When I connect anything to the gigabit (just bought a qnap device that has a 1gb card) it only runs at 100mb.

    Any ideas.

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    What happens when you manually set it to gigabit in the switch's managment console?

    Have you got the latest firmware on the switch?

    Are you just connecting the two with a patch cable, or is there a cable run involved. Not being able to achieve gigabit can often indicate a wiring fault since only two of the four pairs are used for 100m/b. Gigabit uses all 4.

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    Has the RJ45 Gb port had the settings changed to 100Mb/s in the web management?

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    Thanks. Its a patch cable straight into the device from the switch.

    I've just changed it to "auto-1000" in the console and it still says running at 100FDx.

    Don't think I've got the latest firmware but I'll check that one

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    If you can set it to 1000 Full or 1000 Half and make the qnap match.

    Ben

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    unfortunatley the only options on the port are 100fdx, auto, auto-100 and auto-1000.

    I've set it to auto-1000 and 1000 on the QNAP but its still connected at 100

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    Ok in that case then you're out of luck I think the 2524 is a very old switch now.

    Is it running latest available firmware?

    Ben

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    Tried a new cable?

    Worh a try, you can never tell :-) .

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    Sounds like a fault to me. If you have another switch, try plugging the module into that and see if you have the same results.



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