09-15-2010 09:22 AM - last edited on 12-25-2013 07:34 PM by Lisa198503
we have two Gigabit Switches of the same kind:
HP ProCurve 1810G - 24 GE, P.1.17, eCos-2.0
each have port 24 equipped with a Fiber Module
1000MbpsFullDuplexFiberSX is the connection over an 80m distance between both
This is our LAN setup:
servers and workstations(VT1) -- switch1 ---- fiber ----switch2 -- workstations(VT2)
All workstations at location VT2 suffer from the same FTP problem:
We can establish a connection to the servers with ftp clients, we can login sucessfulle, but when doing a simple "ls" the ftp traffic stalls completely, no more packets, it hangs completely, the session is dead after that.
When doing the same thing from location VT1, everything is fine. We even took one of the PCs from VT2 and plugged it in at VT1, then it worked as expected.
So there must be some very low level network problem either at the switch at VT2 or with the traffic going over that fiber link between the two switches.
BTW: ther are no errors at all when looking at the logs of the switches.
So what is so special about FTP ?
Any hints much appreciated.
I will collect the serial numbers for those devices tommorrow (not onsite today) and start a support case with HP.
P.S. This thread has been moved from Switches, Hubs, Modems (Legacy ITRC forum) to Web and Unmanaged. -HP Forum Moderator
09-16-2010 07:14 AM
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