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    WIll one slow device slow the entire network?

    Hi,

    Remembering back to one of the lectures that i had i can remember them saying that one slow device would slow the entire network. So if i had a 10/100 device on a 10/100/1000 network then the whole network would run on 10/100.

    I believe we were on the the topic of error detection.

    Is this correct? We have got 10/100 switches and getting speeds on 1.**mbps so im guessing its running at 10mbps.

    Many thanks.

    p.s. We also have vlan's going over a 1mb connection.
    Last edited by dany2010; 18th January 2012 at 08:28 AM.

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