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Hi, I have got a mismatch Duplex problem. Can someone confirm these commands to use with sysinstall. I want to change various options for the network card or where can I find these commands. * media 100baseTx mediaopt autoselect * media 100baseTX mediaopt full-duplex Thanks, VJ...

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    Hi,
    I have got a mismatch Duplex problem. Can someone confirm these commands to use with sysinstall. I want to change various options for the network card or where can I find these commands.

    * media 100baseTx mediaopt autoselect
    * media 100baseTX mediaopt full-duplex
    Thanks,
    VJ

    Dixit, Guest

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    Default Re: Network Interface Card Setup

    man driver, such as 'man em' for the em driver

    -----Original Message-----
    From: Dixit, Viraj <org>
    To: org
    Sent: Wed, 23 Mar 2005 09:47:49 -0800
    Subject: Network Interface Card Setup

    Hi,
    I have got a mismatch Duplex problem. Can someone confirm these
    commands to use
    with sysinstall. I want to change various options for the network card
    or where
    can I find these commands.

    * media 100baseTx mediaopt autoselect
    * media 100baseTX mediaopt full-duplex
    Thanks,
    VJ

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    Default Re: Network Interface Card Setup

    Dixit, Viraj wrote:
     


    I'm not sure what sysinstall can do there. Trying
    ifconfig(8) on the command line is probably the
    better way to go, but I'm not interested in starting
    a holy war on the subject.

    Take a look at the ifconfig(8) man page, as well
    as the manpage for your NIC driver, which should
    tell what options to use.

    For example, the rl(4) manpage tells me that to set
    the first RealTek 8139 on my system to 100 Mbps,
    I'd use:

    ifconfig rl0 media 100baseTX

    Note that you must have root privileges to
    reconfigure an interface.

    HTH,

    Kevin Kinsey
    Kevin Guest

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