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For questions about network speed. Like bandwidth this tag is suitable when your question is about network congestion, speed, throughput and of course low bandwidth/speed problems.

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A standard hub is single speed. … connect a 10Mbs NIC on a 100Mbs hub it will not work at all if you connect a 10/100Mbs NIC on a 10Mbs hub, the NIC will operate at 10Mbs So in practice, yes on a true hub all stations operate at the same speed
answered May 30 '17 by JFL
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EDITED Despite the extended usage of binary in computer world and power of two based units (Byte, 32-bits word etc...), network bandwidth is commonly expressed in power of ten units. So it is (speed …
answered Aug 28 '17 by JFL
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The -l option is for the buffer and doesn't influence the amount of data transferred. You have to specify the desired amount of data with the client-only option -n in KByte or MByte. So for 10GB, us …
answered Nov 29 '17 by JFL
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(Byte is noted with a capital B, while bit is noted with a lowercase b) Since 1 byte = 8 bit, you achieve a speed of 24Mb/s over a 1000Mb/s link. This is poor. …
answered Sep 19 '17 by JFL