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Thread: Network Transaction Errors
October 31st, 2008, 09:07 PM #1HP_HP Guest
Network Transaction Errors
I am working on application development and started to see a lot of network transaction errors. Can any one help here....
October 31st, 2008, 09:12 PM #2
Apparently plugging a hub into Cisco switches without disable a Spanning Tree for that port has been known to cause network issues, especially when more than one hub is connected.
To fix this issue you need to disable Spanning Tree on the switch if it is an option. Enable Fast Port, if this option is available on the switch, if the network contains redundant links.
November 10th, 2008, 07:15 AM #3sym1234 Guest
If you are having network problems, PingPlotter is the tool to download
PingPlotter Standard is a lightweight network troubleshooting, diagnostic and monitoring tool. It can run in the background collecting data while you continue to run applications and then allow you to quickly look at the data in an intuitive graphical format when you experience problems (reduced call quality for VoIP, slowdowns or disconnects with applications, etc.).
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