Thanks! I’ve fixed it as you advised.
in the rc.local file:
io-net -d speedo duplex=0,speed=10 -p ttcpip &
Now the ftp works very smoothly!
“Mario Charest” firstname.lastname@example.org Ð´ÈëÏûÏ¢ÐÂÎÅ
Look at the documentation to io-net and the corresponding network driver.
“John Zou” <> email@example.com> > wrote in message
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By what statement can I force the connection speed, if I’d like to
it in the rc.local?
I had this problem with 6.2. It was cause by network driver not
connection type. While waiting for 6.2.1 to correct the
solution I found was to disconnect the cable for a few seconds and
it again or to force the connection speed (I had to specify
How should I force the connection speed? I find from the nicinfo my
already half duplex.
I don’t remember, personnaly I tend to override all the stuff in the
automatic startup and put everything in /etc/rc.d/rc.local.
I beleive there is a file in /etc/system called net (not sure of
name) that you can edit to pass argument to driver at startup no sure.