How do this this on a client PC varies according to whether you are using Windows or Unix.
Under Windows, you typically need to go into your network connections (in Control Panel or alternately via Network and Sharing Center in Vista/Windows 7) and choose the network adapter you are interested in. Right click on it to manage its properties. Choose "Configure" button and then select the "Advanced" tab. In that window should be a setting labelled "Speed and Duplex". You specific interface may vary since the exact layout can be modified by the adapter vendors driver files.
Under Solaris OS, use the "ndd" command:
If you have ce or bge interfaces, use kstat ce and kstat bge, respectively, to return NIC settings. All other interfaces may use ndd to determine NIC settings.
ndd example with hme0, assuming "instance" is 0: # ndd -get /dev/hme link_mode Interpretation: 0 -- half-duplex 1 -- full-duplex
thank you for your answer but i have a ACS appliance with windows but i can only connect with cli and i have only this command:
? List commands backup Backup Appliance dbcompact Datbase Compact download Download ACS Install Package exit Log off exportgroups Export group information to an FTP server exportlogs Export appliance diagnostic logs to FTP server exportusers Export user information to an FTP server help List commands ntpsync NTP synch with predefined NTP servers ping Verify connections to remote computers reboot Soft reboot appliance restart Restart ACS services restore Restore Appliance
rollback Rollback patched package set Set commands set admin Set administrator's name set domain Set DNS domain set hostname Set appliance's hostname set ip Set IP configuration set password Set administrator's password set time Set timezone, enable NTP synch or set date and time set timeout Set the timeout for serial console with no activity show Show appliance status shutdown Shutdown appliance start Start ACS services stop Stop ACS services support Collect logs, registry and other useful information tracert Determine the route taken to a destination upgrade Upgrade appliance ( stage II )
Hi everyone, I would like to thank you in advance for any help you can provide a newcomer like myself!
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