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Full Duplex NIC on Sparc Solaris 2.4?

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Hi.......
We have a Sparc10 and Sparc20 Server (Solaris 2.4 on both).
They are both currently networked to our hub at 100mbps Half Duplex.
The network interfaces used on both is "be0" (built in I believe).
The Sparc20 has 2 SunSwift cards ("hme" interfaces), which are currently unused.
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How do we specify FULL duplex on the "be0" interfaces????
Is it worth using the "hme" interfaces?
and how do we make those FULL duplex also?????
regards
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Don't know much about the "be" interface. For hme interface, you can
set hme:hme_adv_100fdx_cap to 1 amd hme:hme_adv_100hdx_cap to 0
in your /etc/system respectively.
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OK then....
What entry goes in /etc/system
and what goes in /kernel/drv/hme.conf
Thanks
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