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My Wireless Point to POints are set to 100 meg full duplex and my cisco 2955 switch is set to Auto Negotiate.  Should the switch be set to 100 Full aswell?
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If the cable connection between the two devices is solid then yes you should, if the cabling between the two has issues leave it auto to allow it to drop to slower speeds if necessary.


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by:Istvan Kalmar
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Hi,

I advise to set booth devices 100M full duplex to prevent crc errors!
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