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Dell 7024 power connect switch can not change port from half to full duplex

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I have a dell 7024 Iscsi switch that going through the web interface will not allow me to change a port from half duplex to full duplex.  I can edit and make the changes, but once I hit apply and save the settings revert back to half duplex.

Any help is appreciated.  I do not know how to do this through cli.
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Check cabling between the NIC and the Dell  (along with your HBA).  are all of them set to full duplex?
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Set both dell and nic to auto. When one side is a forced speed and the other is auto then half duplex is what you get
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Firmware upgrade resolved this issue.
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firm ware upgrade fixed teh problem.
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