Using link aggregation does not always increase data transfer speeds. Unless multiple TCP/IP conversations are occuring, all traffic will be over just one interface. A good explanation of the behavior of link aggegation can be found in the presentation, IEEE 802.3ad Link Aggregation (LAG): what it is, and what it is not. I hope this helps.
sorry, i can't see the answer in your reply
i have the same situation absolutely, 2 PC with 2 IntelPro/1000, direct connection
i tried different types of teaming, but i reached only 1 Gbps instead of 2Gbps expected
yes, i see "N aggregated links usually do not provide N times the bandwidth" in presentation you linked, but it does not mean that "N aggregated links provide ONLY 1 times the bandwidth"
so, i have almost the same question: "How can I get more than 1 Gbps in teaming of 2 IntelPro/1000 ?"