On Thu, 06 Nov 2008 11:34:34 +0000, Dave J. <requiem@xxxxxxxxxx>
>In MsgID<IpWdnSh1ndCxxYzUnZ2dnUVZ8qDinZ2d@xxxxxxxxxxxxxx> on Wed, 05 Nov
>2008 08:24:23 +0000, in uk.comp.homebuilt, 'Alex Fraser' wrote:
>>> The Apples and the Linux box get 20-40meg/second to the NAS. I'm
>>> guessing it's some sort of dissent between the Linux that runs the NAS
>>> and Cygwin's sockets.
>>I'm no expert on Cygwin's internals, but from what I do know about
>>network programming on Unix systems and Windows, I'd expect sockets to
>>have a fairly thin wrapper; there's no obvious reason for such dissent
>>at that level.
>>Could it be some kind of version conflict?
>Sorry to come out with obvious (and therefore most likely already
>eliminated) ideas but don't different OSs sometimes force particular
>combinations of speed and duplex settings onto their NICs?
Not really. GigE is a lot cleverer about these things that 10 or
All machines in my testing are running at full-duplex gigabit.
Cheers - Jaimie
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