On Fri, 2004-02-20 at 05:56, Chad R. Larson wrote:
> At 03:12 AM 2/19/2004, David Cook wrote:
> >Having done a little research on Google, I have found a description of a
> >similar problem where the connection failed unless BOTH ends of the
> >connection were set to auto-negotiation
> As a general rule, you should have =either= both ends set for auto, or both
> ends forced to your preference (same on each end). One end fixed and the
> other auto almost never gets it right.
I have also seen this on a number of occasions - a single end set to
"auto" generally results in the connection from Hell. Both need to be
configured the same - either auto OR fixed.
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