SNMP eat upward of bandwidth on my (HP officejet pro L7780) ethernet
Hi all, I am running Win 7 (64-bit) on my server, ethernet to a router from linksys gateway 3000. Attached to the same router the Ethernet is a HP OfficeJet Pro L7780 printer. I have a printer HP Deskjet 6988 ethernet attached to a hub (with a link to my linksys gigabit). There are many other devices Wi-wired and connected to this network. The problem I see is the following: I use a client of Wireshark network sniffer on my server. When you run a trace on the ethernet on the Linksys router, I see a large number of SNMP get requests and get responses. These are still ongoing between my server and the HP Officejet 7780 (never in/from) the HP Deskjet 6988. This segment of my network is flooded with such things SNMP. You wish to know which packages are and how can I cut most of this. Surely, there must be something in the printer software HP on my server that can be tweaked to eliminate most (if not all) of this SNMP traffic... Everyone?
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How can I disable nsurlsessiond eat all my bandwidth! I have to pay for cellular internet connection (without dal or satellite here): it is KILLING me!
Try disabling iCloud Photo Sync.
Until this week, I have always connected my computer to my router via an ethernet cable direct. But recently I had to move my router to a different location so decided to use the wireless on my printer to connect to my computer (laptop). When I noticed that my wireless connection for the interest rate has been substantially reduced I started checking all computer products in my house (two IPAD, a desktop and my laptop). What I've discovered, it's my 8620 was "hogging" bandwidth of the connection to the router wireless. Even if the printer is not used (but on) he continues to reduce the speed of my connection to the computer. I discovered this by:
(a) I disabled all the computers & IPADs, but left the printer on - the wireless light on the router keeps blinking like crazy
(b) I turned off my printer with my computer and connection speed instantly jumped about 3 x the speed
So, with the printer off, the speed of my connection to the computer is about 3 times faster. I do not quite understand this and wonder why the printer connection to the wireless router is "hogging" bandwidth when the printer is not yet used?
Someone has an idea?
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I see that you are having problems with your router and your 8620 e-all-in-one printer Officejet. For this problem, you must contact the manufacturer of your router or one that provided you with the router for assistance.
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I'm trying to scan pictures to my computer. Have upgraded to windows 10. My printer is connected wifi. I bring the printer in Control Panel, set up my printer and it says printer is offline. Indications are no good they do not appear to be implemented for users windows 10. When I try to go to the hp support for windows 10, I have just a white screen. I am very frustrated. I can print to the printer, but he won't let me not scan to the computer, and that's what I need.
Welcome to the HP Forums!
I understand that you cannot scan on Windows 10, with your HP Officejet Pro 8600 printer. I'm happy to discuss this issue scan for you!
Please, try the following steps:Check the connection of the printer on the network and troubleshoot any problems with the printer, router, installation or connection.
I currently have a problem with the HP printer Assistant software. I use a HP Officejet Pro 8600. Well I uninstalled and reinstalled several times, redownloaded the latest version of the software from the HP site, tried with a wireless connection and a USB connection, but still have this same problem.
The problem is when I open the printer to the printer Assistant software (scan, definition of printing preferences, etc.) nothing loads and what I noticed is that in the Task Manager, the program is constantly, nonstop to duplicate in the Task Manager and eventually slow down the computer because of the high use of the processor of these duplicates. I can't stop these processes in time compared to the amount of tasks in doubles at this very moment, and the only way to stop it is to restart the computer. I had this problem with Windows 8.1 and so I've upgraded to Windows 10 but exactly the same problem occurs. If I wait long if I get an error (0xc0000142) telling me that I can not load the Printer Wizard, but the process will still duplicate.
I tried using the printer with other computers, but they do not have a problem by launching the wizard from the printer. I wonder what is happening and why is the Printer Wizard launch multiple neverending himself as tasks on the Task Manager?
Add to that, printing works fine, it is train to launch the Printing Assistant software that is causing the problem.Hello @jellyjr,
I was hoping just to get your opinion on something.
I have a Production process that is taking longer and more time to complete, and sticks to a certain section of code.
The code is an INSERT in the main dimension table.
This procedure works well on the TEST and the code section end much more quickly.
Traffic on the Production is much heavier and there are applications developed by people other than me who SELECT this dimension table. I am assuming, based on the fact that the Test and Production code are identical, this increase in traffic could be eating upwards of bandwidth and slows down the jobs.
So I thought - if I create views and leave the other applications hit the opinions as opposed to the main table, this will help speed it up. I did it before on a Teradata platform using a "dirty read" that has worked very well, but Oracle does not offer this option.
What do you think guys? Impossible this work or do I have to take a different approach.
You are welcome
I see I'm not the only one having this problem since the day of security Windows on Janualy 4, 2016. I executed issued alerts here to support.
Basically what happens is that I can open the Solution Center, but when I try to open either Photo or Document scan I get a gray pop saying "The HP Imaging Device was not Found" it tells you so what do I do, but all of these steps have failed.
I noticed something is in the Device Manager, devices for imaging and printers, Officejet Pro L7700 under events, I also have this message.
Devies Imaging ' device USB\VID_03F0 & PID_2312 & MI_00\6 & 36fd2d51 & one & 0000 also requires installation. »
Printers 'device USBPRINT\HPOfficejet_Pro_L7700\7 & 30237294 & 1 & USB001 requires installation."
I'm a complete novice, but for me the finger seems to be pointing to my USB drivers or control. Anyone have any ideas?
Perhaps I should mention the printer works fine
Welcome to the HP Forums!
I noticed that you are unable to access certain features of your HP, with your HP Officejet pro L7780 printer solution Center. I'm happy to help with this problem!
Please, try the following steps:
- Uninstall the software. Uninstalling the printer software.
- Unplug the printer USB cable.
- Clean boot the computer. How to perform a boot in Windows.
- Disable all Antivirus programs. Disable Antivirus software.
- Disable all firewall programs. The WF of end-to-end.
- Create a new user account. Management of user accounts and connections (Windows 10).
- Reinstall using the printer HP install wizard for Windows. (Expect that the software will ask you to connect the printer USB cable.)
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So I have a laptop windows 8 (windows pre installed)
There are some windows programs that continually keeps eating my Internet bandwidth automatically using "idle" even when I didn't keep all running applications. I figured out what programs here, I'm listing here.
I can't turn since they can automatically gets them activated.
I'm on a very slow Internet connection, and for this reason I can't use the Internet whenever I need that they eat all my hard-earned money and in vain.
I perform certain actions such as the
- Disabled the automatic updates
- Off each tile direct
- Switch to a local account
But none of these permits. I do not always have Internet (if I have an Internet connection)
Please help me microsoft!
Windows is done to help people but does not displease them.
Try specifying that your data connection is limited or measured (compensation for use). Windows does not use a connection measured as well.cmdrkeene.com/monitor-limit-data- use-windows-8-1
I turned OFF all the AUTOMATIC DOWNLOADS in the "iTunes & App Stores" settings, but I still find to our iPhones and iPads/iPods that they have often downloaded iOS updates "in the background" (for example the last 9.2) so eat valuable ISP bandwidth that I have to work to limit.
Is it possible to stop this behavior, or otherwise no one knows the URL or IP address of the Apple Download Center, while I can block it in my router.
Disconnect from the internet and it can not download it. Or keep it in airplane mode.
As usual the windows updates eat upward of my disk space. Can I uninstall old updates before sp3?
In addition to PA bear MS MVP issue, I would like to add
See Tommy Stanley to respond to a previous post :
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How can I safely delete files and programs to free up space on my hard drive? I have Windows XP, service pack 3. I have deleted many files, but still continue to not get «enough space to download...» Please delete space. "I don't want to delete everything that is needed to run my pc... I am computer illiterate.
If you need space - it's probably the files * you * created who eat upward of space. Go through your music, Documents, videos, photos, spreadsheets, your databases, emails, downloads and so on--MOVE those external storage. Windows XP with SP3 and an assortment of installed applications must resume between 4.5 and 9 GB of total space. Most "modern" computers have hard drives exceeding the 40 GB - usually more than 80-200 GB. That means that you should have a little free other than * your * files.If you run low space - it's because you're not archiving/backup/or because your hard disk is not enough for your needs.If you are comfortable with the stability of your system, you can remove the
uninstall files for patches that installed Windows XP...
(Especially of interest here - #4)
(Variant: http://www.dougknox.com/xp/utils/xp_hotfix_backup.htm )
You can run disk - integrated into Windows XP - cleanup to erase all the but your
last restore point and yet more 'free '... files cleaning
How to use disk cleanup
You can disable hibernation if it is enabled and you do not...
When you Hibernate your computer, Windows saves the content of the system
memory for the hiberfil.sys file. As a result, the size of the hiberfil.sys
file will always be equal to the amount of physical memory in your system. If you
do not use the Hibernate feature and want to reclaim the space that Windows
uses the hiberfil.sys file, perform the following steps:
-Start the Control Panel Power Options applet (go to start, settings,
Control Panel, then click on Power Options).
-Select the Hibernate tab, clear the checkbox 'Activate the hibernation', then
Click OK; Although you might think otherwise, selecting never under the
"Hibernate" option on the power management tab does not delete the
-Windows will remove the "Hibernate" option of the power management
tab and delete the hiberfil.sys file.
You can control the amount of space your system restore can use...
1. Click Start, right click my computer and then click Properties.
2. click on the System Restore tab.
3. Select one of your readers (or C: If you only) and click on
the button "settings".
4 change the percentage of disk space you want to allow... I suggest you switch
the cursor until you have about 1 GB (1024 MB or close to that...)
5. click on OK. Then click OK again.
You can control the amount of space used may or may not temporary Internet files...
Empty the temporary Internet files and reduce the size, it stores a
size between 64 MB and 128 MB...
-Open a copy of Microsoft Internet Explorer.
-Select TOOLS-> Internet Options.
-On the general tab in the 'Temporary Internet files' section, carry out the
-Click on 'Delete the Cookies' (click OK)
-Click on "Settings" and change the "amount of disk space to use:" to
something between 64 MB and 128 MB. (It may be much more right
-Click on 'Delete files', then select 'delete all offline content '.
(the box), and then click OK. (If you had a LOT, this may take 2-10
minutes or more.)
-Once it's done, click OK, close Internet Explorer, open Internet
You can use an application that scans your system for the log files and
Temporary files and allows to get rid of those:
Other ways to free up space...
Those who can help you discover visually where all space is used.
You should now perform a full CHKDSK on your system drive (C :)...)
How to scan your disks for errors
* will take time and a reboot
You should now perform a full defragmentation on your system drive (C :)...)
How to defragment your hard drives
* will take time
Uninstall applications from any third party firewall (ZoneAlarm, etc.)
and use the built-in firewall of Windows only.Ultimately – a standard installation of Windows XP with all kinds of extras
will probably not above about 4.5 GB to 9 GB in size. If you have more space
This (probably on a modern machine do) and most seems to be used-
probably you need to leave your stuff or find a better way to manage
I have a SSD 120 gb hard drive with windows 7. Everything has been fine for over 2 years. I followed several tips to prevent fill such as disabling hibernation, since I never disable. A month ago I noticed that my drive was fast filling and getting close to maxing out even if I was not downloading anything him or install new programs. I cleaned my trash and done a disk space cleanup, but the problem persists. About two weeks ago, I got 22 GB of free, three days ago I was at 14 GB free and today I am to 11 GB free. I ran a program called WinDirStat , and he gave me a reading where all my all my data has been allocated. The strange thing is that none of these figures have changed enough to account for the data that you will eat upward and yet there are 11GB I can't explain. The figures for the high data pigs look like this Windows 26.4 GB 24.7 today in two weeks. 14 GB users two weeks ago 10 today. Data from the program 8.4 yesterday and today. Program files x 86 and program files showed no change at 7.9 and 6.5 respectively. So according to this, I should have less data used throughout. Any other accounting for less than 2 GB, and certainly nothing seems to explain 11 GB of free space just by disappearing like that.
I ran Malware Bytes and HiJackThis are as well as several nothing works antivirus scans. I'm puzzled. Advice or do I just need to reformat and start over my hard drive is on it's way back in red? Let me know if you need more info.
I would check with an application called Jam software treesize. He will show you things like the amount of information that windirstat can not.
I noticed that my computer suffered a ridiculous amount of lag and saw that my memory usage was close to 98%. I cut all my open programs, other than the Task Manager, and only, it dropped to 80%. (is usually around 40-50% usage) With each program closed, the memory started increasing (1% about every five seconds) until I stop the laptop when he reached 94%.Just before stopping, I noticed there were a couple of process in Task Manager which seemed to raise more than 1 100 000 K of memory, but I can't remember what programs they were. I will update if I find out what programs are those that have been, unless a solution is found first.What processes would all suddenly eat upward of a lot of RAM?PC Info:Samsung R580, over 3 years, recently replaced hard drive two months ago.I don't know if this helps, but I got Vuze installed before shutdown and removed since the restart. It is the latest software that I had installed.If you need additional information, feel free to ask. Thanks in advance!Note: 1% every five seconds may not be remarkably fast, but given that it is generally stable and a much lower percentage, and considering also that I have little or no knowledge of the use of the RAM, it is extremely fast for me.
The problem is PC-specific and can be caused by viruses and malware.
If you usually download from torrent sites you can choose to analyze both a decent AV and malicious software utilities - everything is free
Best practices for WMV FLV QT to name a few. I plan to export in multiple formats, go ahead. Does anyone know if there is a trick or a plug-in that will provide improved audio synchronization even on slow machines?
You are looking for a solution to the wrong place. There is no magic in there, it's all in the flow of data. Most synchronization problems are simply because one of the creeks eats too much bandwidth because of the unnecessarily high data rates. For WMV and FLV the presets that come with the AE must be balanced, enough to cover most of the tasks. For QT the only CoDec in question is certainly H.264 and AAC for audio uses, where still the default of 96 Kbps should be more than enough for most tasks. Yet you never know l unti you are trying. However, everyone happy is an unattainable goal. You could reduce your data rate 32 Kbps and only run to 11 kHz and someone would still lag on his computer of a hundred years. For a Web site, you could offer the best options, but for things like reading office, you really should set and check the minimum requirements before you encode the media and everybody must accept this.
I'm loading data using SQL-Loader very large source files. It all works very well.
However, now, by using the WHEN clause (in the control file), I would like to only a very small subset of most load data. This also works very well...
WHEN ARTICLECODE! '000000000000006769' =
However, the log file becomes fully inflated with messages telling me to each record that does not have the WHEN clause...
Record 55078: Discarded - failed all WHEN clauses.
This becomes a problem because it slows down the process and creates large log files that eat upward of my disk space.
There must be a simple command to allow me to disable the messages of thiese, but although I googled on it, I could not find it.
Any ideas on this one? I don't know that it's simple.
Best regards and many thanks,
Try adding the SILENCE = RELEASES key sqlldr command
Silent means - delete messages during execution (header, comments, errors, discards, partitions)
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