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I am running SUSE 9.1 and I my internet speed, according to bandwidthplace.com is 300k/s. On windows I am getting 5M/s. Whats the deal and how do i get it goign faster?? I am new to linux and have only been using it for a few days.
Exactly what kind of internet connection do you have! 5M/s! My god!. Or do you mean its telling you your total speed is 5 mbps which is not the same as 5 Mbps. 5mbps would be, i dunno... 700kbps? So your internet is running at half speed in linux? Unless your really mean 305k/s.... which would be sad since that's only the equivilant of 5 dialup connections...
I have the 3COM 3C-900B ethernet card. I dont have DSL, i have an actual ethernet connection that runs very steady b/c its on a school network. I've heard that 3com cards have problems with linux but that may only be with Fedora.