[Snort-users] Looking for good hub
jhague at ...12480...
Mon Sep 27 12:17:06 EDT 2004
Also, if it says its capable of full duplex, it is a switch and not a
hub - hubs are half duplex by nature.
From: Bamm Visscher [mailto:bamm.visscher at ...11827...]
Sent: Monday, September 27, 2004 1:33 PM
To: Bill Warren
Cc: Ty Bodell; snort-users at lists.sourceforge.net
Subject: Re: [Snort-users] Looking for good hub
You're not going to find a dual-speed hub that doesn't include a
switch between 10Mb and 100Mb traffic. I am not sure single speed
100Mb hubs still exist. I've used those hubs and they've worked fine
(both the 10/100 and 10 only versions). If you use the 10/100 hub,
just make sure any interface you plug into it negotiates to 100Mb.
On Mon, 27 Sep 2004 12:13:52 -0500, Bill Warren <bwarren at ...12173...>
> I was looking at that one but, they only problem is :
> "The intelligent bridge automatically manages network traffic such
> 100 Mbps traffic does not unnecessarily crowd the 10Mbps network
> and 10Mbps traffic does not crowd the 100Mbps segment."
> Thanks for looking. If I find on I will let you know.
> Ty Bodell wrote:
> >Checkout the Netgear hubs, they're small enough to take on-site if
> >need a tap on a specific segment and are reliable from my expereince.
> >I haven't been able to confirm your switch suspicious with these
> >models though.
> >4 Port
> >8 Port
> >Ty Bodell
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