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How to set NIC speed & duplex?

Posted on 2004-10-08
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I've inherited a Red Hat PC and I'm a NewB.  How can I check the NIC speed and duplex settings?  I need to ensure it's Autonegotiate.    I think I'm running KDE.

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I've found something called MII-Tool in the command line, which seems to do it.  Is this the best/easiest way to check and configure the NIC for different speed and duplex settings?

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Noordeloos earned 500 total points
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pseudocyber,

The MII-Tools is (in your case) the best option. However (considdering your selfproclaimed NewB status not recommendable) most networkcard drivers are loaded as a module and most modules accept extra parameters like the link-state default.

You did the good thing by finding the MII tool yourself, thats really the only way to start linux, Read The Free Manual ( or other ways to complete the F....  )

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Thanks Noordeloos! :)

I'm well acquainted with RTFM - I'm more of a networking guy myself.

Thanks again.
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