[K12OSN] duplex problem with new switch
Terrell Prude', Jr.
microman at cmosnetworks.com
Sat Jun 5 13:20:11 UTC 2004
That's a good way to do it.
Here's another way, if you're on good terms w/ the network folks: just
lock down whatever switch port to 100M/FDX that eth1's sitting on.
That's how we do it for our SASIxp servers.
BTW, it sound like you have a Catalyst 1900-series switch. Cisco used
to make a 1912 and a 1924 with a bunch of 10M ports and two 100M uplinks.
Les Bell wrote:
>Gentgeen <gentgeen at linuxmail.org> wrote:
>So at this point I am lost. Where can I but those options so that it
>works on boot-up, but does not mess with eth1?
>Edit /etc/modules.conf so that it has these lines:
>alias eth0 3c59x
>options eth0 debug=1 options=4 full_duplex=1
>That should fix it for just eth0, but not eth1.
>--- Les Bell, RHCE, CISSP
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