In article <110820032322570432%jonnonof.bz>, Jon <jonnonof.bz> wrote:
> I have 3 Macs connected to a 10 Mbit/s LAN using a D-Link DI 604
> router. Two of the Macs are running Mac OS X 10.2 and one is running
> 9.2.2.
>
> If I connect my main Mac directly, without any router, I get almost
> 9.6 Mbit/s, but if the signal passes through the router I only get
> about 1 Mbit/s.
>
> I was told that if I tell my "PC" to use Full Duplex I would get back
> to 9+ Mbit/s. The trouble is I have no idea how that can be done on a
> Mac. Obviously that is possible on a PC running Win XP.
You can probably do it using the command line on Mac OS X, but it would
probably be better to get a better router, as it really shouldn't be
doing that.

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