Ethernet Switch Configuration for the Motorola i600Router Sceenshot

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>Advanced>Ethernet Switch Configuration HOME SETUP ADVANCED TOOLS STATUS LOGOUT --> UPnP --> SNTP --> IP QoS --> Port Forwarding --> IP Filters --> LAN Clients --> Static Routing --> Dynamic Routing --> Remote Web Access --> Ethernet Switch Ethernet Switch Configuration Select the ethernet switch setting corresponding to each port.       Set Value   Fallback Value   Physical Port1: Auto 10/Half Duplex 10/Full Duplex 100/Half Duplex 100/Full Duplex   Disabled     Physical Port2: Auto 10/Half Duplex 10/Full Duplex 100/Half Duplex 100/Full Duplex   Disabled     Physical Port3: Auto 10/Half Duplex 10/Full Duplex 100/Half Duplex 100/Full Duplex   Disabled     Physical Port4: Auto 10/Half Duplex 10/Full Duplex 100/Half Duplex 100/Full Duplex   100/Full Duplex   --> On this page, you can: Configure the four Ethernet LAN ports How to configure an Ethernet LAN port: Find which Ethernet port (1-4) you want to configure Select one of the port settings from the drop-down box:   Auto: this is the default settings where the gateway will auto-detect the port settings   10/Half Duplex: the port is operating at 10 Mbps and half-duplex   10/Full Duplex: the port is operating at 10 Mbps and full-duplex   100/Half Duplex: the port is operating at 100 Mbps and half-duplex   100/Full Duplex: the port is operating at 100 Mbps and full-duplex Note: Once an Ethernet port is up (connected to a computer or another network element), the gateway will auto-detect the settings for that port. Please make sure to select the same settings at which the LAN client is operating to ensure the LAN client does not lose its connection to the gateway.
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