I'm having an issue with latency when utilizing my 1GbE network (internet) to access web pages when I have my 10GbE network attached.
Here is my set up.
I have my workstation direct attached via 10GbE to my server computer on 192.168.2.#. My Workstation and my server are attached via 1GbE to a router on 192.168.1.#. The router is then attached to the modem.
When I start up Firefox or other web browsers I get lag or high latency when I try to load a page. It will take about 10-20 seconds before it kicks in and loads a page. This only happens when I initially open a web browser after the workstation has been sitting for a while idle. Once I start browsing I have snappy load times. I don't have anything like torrents or anything running that would slow my internet connection. Other than what ever windows uses in the background, there is no activity on either network.
Does anyone know if there is any issue with having 2 networks simultaneously attached to a single computer? Could this be an issue with my work station first trying to connect via 10GbE before it tries the 1GbE which has internet access? If so, is there any way to set the 1GbE connection to be the default selection to prevent this behavior?
Thanks for the help!