Our internet 100mb xconnect is set at 100mb full duplex.
We have another xconnect that used to be used for VPN. It was connected to a cisco 3000 vpn device.
We moved the circuit to an asa 5510.
As of now, the circuit has always been set up at half duplex 10mb.
I cannot find any documentation as to why that would be set at half duplex. I'm also not finding any information that says running at half duplex is a benefit to anything for the way were using it. Basically RDP sessions over vpn to our datacenter.
It's a public IP and it's mostly used for remote locations to connect to the then vpn3000 and now asa 5510.
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