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    My network

    Alright so my netowrk was working then i switched out a hub (cause the old one blew) and now the new hub is constantly partitioning my network traffic (except the uplink to another hub). What could be wrong? I have 3 hubs together. 2 are 10 base t and the other is a 10/100

    any ideas?

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    Head on over to DSLReports.com and ask in the forums there. They deal with that kind of stuff all the time.

    It'd also help if you gave a better description of what was wrong.
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    Is it a managed hub? If so get on the console and check out the settings.

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    unfortunately it is unmanaged
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    Then you would seem to have a problem... Maybe if you posted the manufacturer, model, exact description of the problem we could go a little deeper.

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    Manufacturer: IBM
    Model: 8222-008
    And It just won't let any network activity,even just showing a green light. Just runs the partitioning light all the time when i plug in another line besides the one uplink two hubs.
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    Are yo sure you're using the correct cable? Strait through and not cross over? What happens when you put in a different hub?

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    no cables are fine
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