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    Default 2 gigabit connection

    probably a stupid question but can you hook up one cable as the send and one cable as the recieve. i read a article somewhere(i forget where) and was wondering if this set up is possible so that you can speed up your connection by having 100 percent send on one and 100 percent recieve on the other:confused:?

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    Thats the first i hear about it. It probably is posiibe if you would use not crossed wires ( so it would prevent working in full duplex mode) but also you you would have to setup the IP protocol for both of the NIC's to "teach" them and you r PC that one is sending and other one is reciving... and that is too high grade for me and i don't think its worth the effort.... And also your router would be bottle necking this connection as well coz its only one device that has to operate in unusual way for it....
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    Geralt is right, it won't work...I've tried it, only one will connect to internet the other one just local only.
    Unless I haven't figure out how to do like the article you've read.

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    ok just remembered where i saw it .. it was on tigertv on tigerdirect.com and logan was the one who said that... if you search 680i slil the first video is the one where he said it about 4:12 min into it...

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    Quote Originally Posted by leadpoison2 View Post
    probably a stupid question but can you hook up one cable as the send and one cable as the recieve. i read a article somewhere(i forget where) and was wondering if this set up is possible so that you can speed up your connection by having 100 percent send on one and 100 percent recieve on the other:confused:?
    GigE supports full duplex operation. If your network is also configured to support full duplex operation, you should get the maximum throughput that your system can provide in both directions.

    I've gotten 120MB/s read or write from a GigE port using W2k3 and a custom stack. In full duplex (read and write) I think the system maxed out at ~180MBs, though it could have been somewhat less than that. There are registry settings that can help optimize throughput at the expense of tying up a lot of non-paged pool memory.

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