Thanks for posting this. Speed/duplex is correct. Usually, CRC errors are from mismatched duplex settings. How do you have your interface configured? Auto or hardcoded? If it's auto, you may try to change it to 100/full hardcoded. If it's hardcoded, you may try to change it to auto for speed/duplex. The provider could have their side at auto and you have yours hard coded. If that's the case, the other end could see half duplex and it could cause your crc errors.
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