Wireless STM-1 link
reichert at numachi.com
Thu Sep 10 14:12:03 UTC 2009
On Thu, Sep 10, 2009 at 11:55:40AM +0200, Rens wrote:
> All the interfaces are forced to 1Gbps and full duplex.
I thought that with 1000T, you need to keep autonegotiation in place:
"A major problem is that many people are also hard setting
Gigabit Ethernet , and this is causing major problems. Gigabit
Ethernet must have auto-negotiation ENABLED to allow negotiation
of master / slave PHY relationship for clocking at the physical
layer. Without negotiation the line clock will not establish
correctly and physical layers problems can result."
"The debatable portions of the autonegotiation specifications were
eliminated by the 1998 version of IEEE 802.3. In 1999, the negotiation
protocol was significantly extended by IEEE 802.3ab, which specified the
protocol for gigabit Ethernet, making autonegotiation mandatory for
1000BASE-T gigabit Ethernet over copper."
Note the 'mandatory'...
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