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mediaopt full-duplex DOES NOT work..
Authored by: dpfaust on Sep 18, '02 01:58:57PM

I found this problem as well. It appears that you have to supply both link speed and duplex for it to take in OSX 10.2. I ran the following first:

ifconfig en0 mediaopt full-duplex

and got the same results you did.

I then ran this:

ifconfig en0 media 100baseTX mediaopt full-duplex

and got the desired results.

Now my question is, how do I set this so that it happens automatically at boot time? I know that you can set some options in the /etc/iftab file. Currently my iftab file has this line:

en0 -AUTOMATIC-

Should I change it to this:

en0 media 100baseTX mediaopt full-duplex

Thanks,

Dave



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mediaopt full-duplex DOES NOT work..
Authored by: ScienceMan on Oct 31, '02 07:12:30PM

I would also like to make these settings -- did this work for you?



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