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Old 11-10-2009, 11:49 PM   #1
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I noticed my ethernet card has a full duplex option. Would I need a different cable to use it or would the modem need to be changed
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no hardware or setting changes are need to enable full duplex. If your NIC is already set to auto then you're already using full duplex with all hardware on your network that supports it.
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how do i set my wrt54g2 router to 100mb full duplex. right now I'm receiving 100mb half duplex
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I couldn't find any specific settings for that in here, but it appears that all of the switched ports are auto-sensing.
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