|That's great.I had already jumped to 2024 one.The only bother was the 2 mini-GBIC slots for fiber and do not know their throughput on fiber but will research.|
ummm...GBIC = Gigabit interface converter , so, the bandwidth capability of a GBIC is obviously, 1000 Mbps (ie: 1 Gb)
Know the switch is on but i have seen something strange this afternoon.when i connect my laptop from my office the network cable(RJ-45) from wall sockets complains that it's unplucked.Though from the patch panel network runs at 1000 mbps.Another computer runs well both at my office and patch panel.Desktop computer also refuses to recognize RJ-connection from the wall socket in my office.
This could be a bad cable, a bad NIC on the compute, or possibly a bad port on the switch. You'll have to troubleshoot each until you figure out what the problem is. I'd start with the cables.