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Setting Port speed and duplex on Cisco 3560 switch

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I am trying to set the port speed of a switch to 100 mb full duplex but the port does not recognize the commands below is the configuration on the port currently

no switchport
bandwidth 108000
ip address 10.251.250.36 255.255.255.248

This port needs to match the other side that it connects to in order to communicate across the PTP wireless link.  Port speeds and duplexing mode need to match.  Does anyone know how I can set these 2 commands?  I tried "duplex full" and "speed 100" but neither one works......and yes I am in the interface in Configuration T mode.  For speed ? I get the options nonegotiate  Do not negotiate speed.
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interface TeX/X/X
 speed 100
 duplex full
Typically should work, at least on copper port.

Newer 1Gb SFPs do not support speed command (at least manually configuring speed, I run into that problem several times). Is that, maybe, SFP port? Typically speed nonegotiate is the only option available on SFP ports.
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You are correct......option not available on SFP ports.
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