I think most hubs require that all NICs plugged into the hub must be 100MPS speed for everything to run at 100MPS speed. If even one NIC or device (e.g., DSL modem) is running 10MPS, everything slows to 10MPS...
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Well I think everyone knows how i feel about linksys. Still you should be able to force all the cards to run at 100mps if the cables are cat5. If its only one set and you tried multiple logins It makes me think some data is getting hosed on the way there. Try another nic in this machine. Is it only one machine that has this problem of having to be at 10mbps 1/2 duplex? What happens if you swap the card with another box does it follow the card or stay local? Also as far as running at 10 or 100mps if its a newer hub or switch it should be able to distinguish what that port is running and still let the other comunicate at 100mbps as long as they are talking to another 100mbps card. Also what model is the linksys so we can look and see if its a smart hub so that the one 10mbps port wont kill everything else X
No really That paper thingy you took out of the box with all the words on it was not packing material its called a "MANUAL"