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Old 01-27-2005, 04:22 PM   #1
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Default Reducing network collisions?

Hi all,

I've got three computers networked together via a hub (4 port mini) and whenever sending files to other computers, collisions occur. Is there anyway I can stop this, I presume getting a router would be a better idea?
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well a switch will stop about half the collisions but tcp/ip natively relies on collisions to function if it did not have collisions it would not work. if you want a collison free enviroment then you have to make a token ring and thoughs are costly.
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Token ring would be ideal if you want no collisions, and you would also always have optimal bandwidth, but hes right when he says its costly. Just get a switch or router and it should fix your problem. Hubs are passive and not visible to the network, at least with a switch or router they will take turns sending.
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