Yo, this really hubs? Even with the inclusion of the cascade... How he doesn't hang when You just drown the net :) staging DDoS themselves :)
norbert.Lang answered on June 10th 19 at 15:02
A good punch and switch Mikrotik will remove all network problems
Gregg_Kovac answered on June 10th 19 at 15:04
The presence of hubs.
Jaime_Brakus22 answered on June 10th 19 at 15:06
You have computers, the figure is also about 50, maybe someone just use the entire width of the channel? Figure a lot of hubs, it's really hubs? maybe you just think it's hubs, but in fact it is not so :) just right now, even in the most squalid networking hub will be difficult to find
Henry32 answered on June 10th 19 at 15:08
Drew a diagram, consider half the work done.
1. You have a router looking in the provider, see what's happening on it, who is the top talker and who eats the entire channel.
2. Do you have an understanding of what services enjoyed by the people? maybe they are all streaming the video to watch in HD?))) I have 100M\b lag when it was ice hockey world championship)
The usual scheme of the network, only routers randomly like, it is unclear their purpose, and do not put usually. If you have problems with network performance disconnect alternately the branches of the switch and check the speed with the disconnected segments.
thaddeus.Quitz answered on June 10th 19 at 15:14
Too many intermediaries, from which it is desirable to get rid of.
Between switches, the links should be at least Gigabit networking, if you are using shared network resources.
To the router you must connect the most critical network segments.
You need to form groups and set each group the individual limit speed access to the Internet, while leaving communication between end devices without restrictions.