Enforcing Dedicating Symmetric Full Duplex Signalling

Discussion in 'Cisco' started by The Doctor, Jan 19, 2013.

  1. The Doctor

    The Doctor Guest

    Is there a way in BSD and / or Cisco to enforce symmetric
    full-duplex signalling / packet these days?
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    The Doctor, Jan 19, 2013
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  2. On 01/19/2013 22:31, The Doctor wrote:
    > Is there a way in BSD and / or Cisco to enforce symmetric
    > full-duplex signalling / packet these days?


    Related to what?
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    Torfinn Ingolfsen, Jan 20, 2013
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  3. The Doctor

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    In article <kdfc9u$vfp$>,
    Torfinn Ingolfsen <> wrote:
    >On 01/19/2013 22:31, The Doctor wrote:
    >> Is there a way in BSD and / or Cisco to enforce symmetric
    >> full-duplex signalling / packet these days?

    >
    >Related to what?
    >--
    >Torfinn Ingolfsen,
    >Norway


    Related to ip packets such that

    Speed incoming == Speed outgoing.
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  4. The Doctor

    Rob Guest

    The Doctor <2k.ab.ca> wrote:
    > In article <kdfc9u$vfp$>,
    > Torfinn Ingolfsen <> wrote:
    >>On 01/19/2013 22:31, The Doctor wrote:
    >>> Is there a way in BSD and / or Cisco to enforce symmetric
    >>> full-duplex signalling / packet these days?

    >>
    >>Related to what?
    >>--
    >>Torfinn Ingolfsen,
    >>Norway

    >
    > Related to ip packets such that
    >
    > Speed incoming == Speed outgoing.


    Speed is not something you can enforce. It is an attribute of
    your connection that is usually determined by its physical properties.
    Rob, Jan 20, 2013
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  5. The Doctor

    The Doctor Guest

    In article <4all.nl>,
    Rob <> wrote:
    >The Doctor <2k.ab.ca> wrote:
    >> In article <kdfc9u$vfp$>,
    >> Torfinn Ingolfsen <> wrote:
    >>>On 01/19/2013 22:31, The Doctor wrote:
    >>>> Is there a way in BSD and / or Cisco to enforce symmetric
    >>>> full-duplex signalling / packet these days?
    >>>
    >>>Related to what?
    >>>--
    >>>Torfinn Ingolfsen,
    >>>Norway

    >>
    >> Related to ip packets such that
    >>
    >> Speed incoming == Speed outgoing.

    >
    >Speed is not something you can enforce. It is an attribute of
    >your connection that is usually determined by its physical properties.


    Some how can sysmettric full duplex be 'attributed'?
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  6. The Doctor

    The Doctor Guest

    In article <kdgqh4$kdo$>, alexd <> wrote:
    >The Doctor (for it is he) wrote:
    >
    >>>Speed is not something you can enforce. It is an attribute of
    >>>your connection that is usually determined by its physical properties.

    >>
    >> Some how can sysmettric full duplex be 'attributed'?

    >
    >Your question doesn't make much sense as asked. Are you trying to hard-set
    >an ethernet interface to full duplex?



    More than that!

    All requests are the same spped coming in and going out!

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