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SubjectRe: how to force 10/100 speeds in Linux?
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mii-tool

it's part of net-tools, HTH

--Brian


On Sunday 23 February 2003 09:30 pm, Xinwen Fu wrote:
> Hi,
> My Linux (Redhat 7.2) box has two network cards with built-in
> drivers in OS's kernel. One card is 10/100 netgear, and the other is
> 10/100 cnet.
>
> How can I force the speeds of the two cards at 10Mbps or 100Mbps?
> Where can I find the parameter list to do such forcing?
>
> Thanks!
>
> Xinwen Fu
>
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