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ndd command on Netranger 4230 with i386 solaris

Hi there !

I`m trying to set the nic speed manually with the ndd command (from a remote-site)

The box runs Solaris 2.6 (Intel) with Netranger 1.5.1 IDS

However, she quits complaining:

operation failed, Invalid argument

Anybody ?

Thanks in advance

Ray.

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Re: ndd command on Netranger 4230 with i386 solaris

ndd doesn't run on Soalris x86 but on soalris, no x86 driver can be interfaced via ndd. The only way to set speed/duplex is via the NIC's driver.conf. iprb on Solaris 8 suggests that you can specify speed/duplex for multiple instances via ForceSpeedDuplex option. For other drivers, you'll need to specify each instance per driver.conf. Finally, auto-negotiating works in most cases as expected. Having to hard-code values may indicate cabling or switch problems.

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