Set Netgear Router to FULL DUPLEX

I have a Netgear Router model number WNDR3300 and my ISP had previously told us to set the Router to half-duplex they are saying to have it set to Full Duplex???

Not sure I can change that???

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I think those are autosensing only and can't be hard set.
They will run full duplex if the device connected to it is full duplex.

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I agree with Rick_O_Shay, those routers don't have an option to fix the speed or duplex.  They are auto/auto only.

This means that the device they connect to should also be setup for auto/auto.

Typically both ends need to be configured the same.  If one side is auto/auto the other side needs to be auto/auto.
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