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Linksys PCMCIA 10/100 card

In doing a benchmark on my home network through a 10/100 full duplex 
switch, it appears that I am only getting half duplex 10Mbps between my 
desktop machine and my laptop. Both have 100M cards. I am currently 
suspecting the PCMCIA card is running at 1/2 duplex 10. The card in my 
desktop is also a Linksys running with the latest tulip driver, which, when 
loaded, is set to full duplex 100M. I have not been able to find the 
appropriate parameters to get the pnet_cs driver for the PCMCIA to force 
the 100M speeds. 

BTW: The switch shows both cards as 100M full duplex. 
Jerry Feldman
Contractor, eInfrastructure Partner Engineering   

Compaq Computer Corp.
200 Forest Street MRO1-3/F1
Marlboro, Ma. 01752
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