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Reduktion der Netzwerkgeschwindigkeit

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Ich nutze TruImage2016 seit vielen Jahren auf einem kleinen Windows10 Netzwerk. Die Backups aller Rechner werden auf einem speziellen Rechner im Netz gespeichert. Ein Rechner hat nun seit 2 oder 3 Wochen das Problem, dass kurz nach dem Beginn des Backups (zeitgesteuert, wöchentlich, differentiell) die Eigenschaften der Netzwerkverbindung geändert werden. Statt 1GB pro Sekunde zeigt die Netzwerkkarte nur noch 10MB pro Sekunde an. Damit würde das Backup natürlich Tag dauern. Ich kann hingehen, und die Netzwerkkarte kurzzeitig deaktivieren und wieder reaktivieren. Danach ist wieder alles in Ordnung. Aber das kann es natürlich nicht sein. Ist jemand diesem Problem schon begegnet?
Auch auf den anderen Rechnern scheint es so zu sein, dass seit einiger Zeit die Geschwindigkeit beim Backup nur noch halb so schnell ist, also statt knapp 1GB pro Sekunde nur noch 500MB pro Sekunde.

Ich suche händeringend nach einer Lösung.

Mit freundlichen Grüßen
Micha B.

 

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I've been using TruImage2016 on a small Windows10 network for many years. The backups of all computers are saved on a special computer in the network. A computer has had the problem for 2 or 3 weeks that the properties of the network connection are changed shortly after the start of the backup (time-controlled, weekly, differential). Instead of 1GB per second, the network card only shows 10MB per second. The backup would of course take days. I can go and deactivate the network card for a short time and reactivate it again. Then everything is fine again. But of course it can't be. Has anyone encountered this problem?
On the other computers, too, it seems that for some time the backup speed has only been half as fast, i.e. instead of just under 1GB per second, only 500MB per second.

I am desperately looking for a solution.

With best regards
Micha B.

Micha, welcome to these public User Forums.

I have never known any version of ATI to cause a change in the network connection as you have described, so this would look (to me) to come from a different source?

There have been no changes to ATI 2016 for many years as it has been unsupported by Acronis since ATI 2017 and later versions were released to users.

I would recommend checking if any new / updated device drivers have been installed for your network card and try rolling back such changes to a previous driver if needed.  If there are no such changes for drivers, then try removing and replacing the network card to reseat the contacts on it (assuming this is a PC with a plug-in card, not a laptop!).

If you are seeing problems with multiple computers, then consider doing a full shutdown of all the network components such as routers, hubs, switches etc then bringing this back up into operation again - so as to do a reset of all those network components!