A late collision is a classic symptom of duplex mismatch. Your interface is hard set to half duplex. I suspect that is you check the speedstream is probably set for full duplex.
If one device has its duplex hard set then both devices on a connection need to have duplex hard set and they need to be set the same. I believe that if you set this interface for full duplex that the errors will stop (and performance will probably improve).
I think the service you have from the provider is half-duplex. Check with your subscriber whether they have given you modem that works only on half-duplex. We have a similar issue with one of our clients.
I think the service you have from the provider is half-duplex. Check with your subscriber whether they have given you modem that works only on half-duplex. We have a similar issue with one of our clients. I don't think you can do anything on the router side. Its not a problem at router end.
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