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Thread: Setting Network adapter to 10/100 Full duplex

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    Setting Network adapter to 10/100 Full duplex

    For some reason my file transfers from my Xubuntu machine to another machine on the network is stuck at (15mbps) which is = (15/ 8 ) = 3MB/s ..

    I'm using a 100mbps network switch, ( a Linksys WRT54G) which states it can do 100mbps Full-Duplex.. is there a chance that my Xubuntu machine's network adapter isn't set at the right speed? If so, how do I change the speed of the network adapter..

    In XP.. you would go to your network adapter -> hit properties -> hit Configure -> speed = 100MB full duplex..

    Any help would be greatly appreciated.

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    Re: Setting Network adapter to 10/100 Full duplex

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    Re: Setting Network adapter to 10/100 Full duplex

    Please see man ethtool. After consultation, it might be something like:
    Code:
    sudo ethtool eth0 -s speed 100 duplex full
    You might want to do:
    Code:
    sudo ethtool eth0
    This will let you review the settings currently in place.

    Post back if you get stuck.
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