Sorry for the lack of information. I will lay things out a bit better here for you.
- We are using fog 1.2.0
- The OS is Debian 7.9 Wheezy
- We are stuck at 100 Megabits for imaging. Imaging is capped at around 680 MegaBytes per Minute both ways, which equates to about 90Mbps. Adding more clients to image cuts this number between them.
- The FOG server is a physical desktop machine.
- The FOG server is connected with a CAT 5e cable to a gigabit switch.
I tried the IPerf test before, and confirmed that I am capable of getting gigabit (1000Mbps) speeds accross the network that I am using. I have also connected to the share the images are hosted and copied them to another computer. I was able to do this at 75-100MBps, which would be most definitely be in the gigabit speed range.
The next test I tried was FTP. I was able to FTP an image at around 50-80MBps. It is a little bit slower, but still is completely reasonable, and much faster than imaging speeds.
All of the clients I am trying to image are connected to a gigabit switch with a Cat5e cable. The server is on the same gigabit switch.