Hi everyone. I have some computers with RAIDs in my network, and they always max out the 1-gigabit connection when transferring files between them. I have upgraded them all to dual-Marvell network adapters (two PCIe x1 Gigabit ethernet cards in each) and configured them to use static teaming through Marvell's network configuration utility. I also have configured my switch (a Dell Powerconnect 2824) to team the two ports connected to each computer. The adapters all show in Windows that they are connected at 2 Gbit/s, which leads me to believe that I have set up everything correctly. However, when I transfer files from one RAID to another over the network, the connection stays pegged at exactly 50% (1 Gbit/s), and I am sure that the disks can transfer faster than that because the transfer rate never drops below this value. This leads me to believe that there is some network configuration issue that I am missing. I am having trouble finding what is wrong, however, because it doesn't seem that network teaming is that common so I can't find a similar circumstance on the web that I can reference to troubleshoot the issue. I am looking to see if anyone has suggestions of what to check in my network to allow the transfers to occur at over 1Gbit/s. Thanks for the help in advance.