Le Friday 08 June 2007 15:43:41 chloe K, vous avez écrit : > Hi Gilles > > Thank you > I install ethtool but it still has problem to force the card. > How can I put it in the boot up? /etc/network/interface Simply by putting this line in your interface section : iface eth7 inet ... ... up ethtool -s eth7 speed 1000 duplex full > Thank you > > ~# ethtool -s eth7 speed 1000 duplex full autoneg off After that, what do you see in "dmesg" messages ? And "ethtool eth7" > ~# ethtool -a eth7 > Pause parameters for eth7: > Autonegotiate: on > RX: on > TX: on Same question. Have you made some tests, are you sure that your network card is not configured at 1Gb/s (don't trust mii-tool) > Gilles Mocellin <firstname.lastname@example.org> wrote: Le Thursday 07 June 2007 19:42:12 chloe K, vous avez écrit : > > Hi all > > > > How do I force the NIC to 1000M full duplex > > > > it seems that it can't do it in mii-tool? > > > > /etc/network# mii-tool -F 1000baseTx-FD eth7 > > Invalid media specification '1000baseTx-FD'. > > I think that gigabit cards are always full duplex. > But mii-tool has some problems with some drivers (tg3). > > Use ethtool as suggested by Juergen Fiedler. > > You can also look at the parameters you can give to your driver. > # modinfo yourmodule > > > > --------------------------------- > Be smarter than spam. See how smart SpamGuard is at giving junk email the > boot with the All-new Yahoo! Mail
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