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Force HP Swiths procurve to 1000 Mbits

Posted on 2014-02-05
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Hi there,
Please, do you know if exits a command line under hyperterminal in order to force port to 1000 Mbits for hp procurve switchs
Thanks,
Regards,
Simlip
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David Johnson, CD, MVP earned 500 total points
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why do you want to force 1Gbit ? have you any 100s in the network?
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by:Don Johnston
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You don't specify which HP switch, but this is what I use:

speed-duplex <10-half|100-half|10-full|100-full|1000-full|auto|auto-10|auto-100|auto-1000|auto-10-100>

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So in your case (for port A12), it would be:

speed-duplex A12 1000-full
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