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Re: [vox-tech] Massive network collisions
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Re: [vox-tech] Massive network collisions

This is normal. You can ignore this unless it's a bandwidth problem, in which 
case, get a switch.

You will always have lots of collisions on a hub.

On Sunday 31 March 2002 02:00 pm, you wrote:
> I am expierancing a huge ammount of trasmission collisions on my home lan.
> Currently there have been 11,493 transmission errors and 304,565 collisions
> after an uptime of only 2 days of uptime.  My linux box acts as a router
> between our cable modem and the rest of the lan.
> The disto is Mandrake 8.2
> Kernel 2.4.18-6
> eth0 uses the Realtek 8139too driver and is connected to the lan
> eth1 uses the tulip driver and is connected to the cable modem
> On the other end I've got a Sony Vaio laptop also using a Realtek 8139
> built in network card running Windows XP Home.
> Inbetween them I've got a 10 Megabit hub.
> Anybody have any ideas of avenues I should look down to resolve the
> collisions?
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