[CentOS] force 10 megabit full duplex

Sun Apr 16 01:37:13 UTC 2006
William Warren <hescominsoon at emmanuelcomputerconsulting.com>

the switch is already set to 10 megs FD on it's end but the autoneg 
doesn't work right on the machines end for some ereason..it comes up HD 
instead of FD so i have to force it

Ryan Lum wrote:
> Is the ethernet port in question connect to a switch?  Might try forcing the
> port on the switch to 10 Mbit full duplex.  If it is on default the switch
> will negotiate the speed.
> If you are using a Cisco switch might look something like this:
> !
> interface FastEthernet4
>  no ip address
>  duplex full
>  speed 10
> !
> On 4/15/06 7:29 PM, "William Warren"
> <hescominsoon at emmanuelcomputerconsulting.com> wrote:
>> I figured out how to force 10 megabit full duplex on my ethernet
>> interface.  The trick is i need it to stick in case of a reboot so i
>> don't have to reforce it.  I have not been able to figure that one out
>> yet.  I have not found it in the man's or google yet.  If someone could
>> point me in the right direction i would be much obliged.
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