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    Re: Copier NIC or wall port??

    Quote Originally Posted by blackcat4866 View Post
    It's a little bit late to add this, but it was very common on Konica's around the time that Gigabit network cards first came out, but most everybody was still running 100MB networks. When set to Auto network speed negotiation most new machines would print one page then drop off the network. But if you hard set a network speed it will stay connected. =^..^=
    ...How Long Ago was THAT?!Copier NIC or wall port??Copier NIC or wall port??Copier NIC or wall port??Copier NIC or wall port??

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    Re: Copier NIC or wall port??

    2010 ... 2011 ... something like that. Can't remember that far back? =^..^=
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    Re: Copier NIC or wall port??

    Your confirmation with a switch as an interface between the equipment and the port is a testimony of communication between the client network and the equipment.
    However,you should check the information about the switch used for the network and its speed (which varies according to the IT infrastructure from 100 Mbps or 1000 Mbps simplex or duplex) or Auto.
    If you are not aware of client configuration,in such scenarios 10/100/1000 Mbps auto on the equipment is best bet.
    Other way around to check is to know the default settings of your interface switch and then comparing it to the Client's switch to know the difference and work with it.

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    Re: Copier NIC or wall port??

    Quote Originally Posted by sprinter View Post
    Your confirmation with a switch as an interface between the equipment and the port is a testimony of communication between the client network and the equipment.
    However,you should check the information about the switch used for the network and its speed (which varies according to the IT infrastructure from 100 Mbps or 1000 Mbps simplex or duplex) or Auto.
    If you are not aware of client configuration,in such scenarios 10/100/1000 Mbps auto on the equipment is best bet.
    Other way around to check is to know the default settings of your interface switch and then comparing it to the Client's switch to know the difference and work with it.
    Managed switches nowadays will negotiate to the highest speed possible unless there is any kind of bandwidth throttling involved!!!Copier NIC or wall port??

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