On Red Hat Linux Advanced Server I need to hardset a NIC to full duplex but dont know how.

I need to Hardset a NIC to full duplex on Red Hat Linux Advanced Server, but have little to no experience with Linux.  Anyone know how to lead a noob step by step to be able to solve my issue?
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ZandsAuthor Commented:
Never mind you guys took too long I looked it up on google.  The answer is:(for my configuration)

mii-tool -F 100baseTx-FD eth0
mii-tool -F 100baseTx-FD eth1
ZandsAuthor Commented:
Please close this I dont need it anymore.
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