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Allied Telesis Network Card AT-2916SX manual

Brand: Allied Telesis, product: Allied Telesis Network Card AT-2916SX

Type: Network Card

Total pages: 102, PDF manual size: 0.96 Mb


Advanced Control Suite User’s Guide
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only 2 pairs of wires are available in the cabling plant. By default, this
property is set to Enable. To disable Ethernet@Wirespeed, change the
setting to Disable.
Note
This parameter is available only for copper devices and is not
displayed for the AT-2916SX and AT-2931SX adapters.
Disable. Disables Ethernet@Wirespeed.
Enable (default). Enables Ethernet@Wirespeed
Flow Control. The Flow Control property enables or disables the
receipt or transmission of PAUSE frames. PAUSE frames enable the
network adapter and a switch to control the transmit rate. The side that
is receiving the PAUSE frame momentarily stops transmitting.
Auto (default). PAUSE frame receipt and transmission are
optimized.
Disable. PAUSE frame receipt and transmission are
disabled.
Rx PAUSE. PAUSE frame receipt is enabled.
Rx/Tx PAUSE. PAUSE frame receipt and transmission are
enabled.
Tx PAUSE. PAUSE frame transmission is enabled.
Jumbo Mtu. The Jumbo Mtu property allows the network adapter to
transmit and receive oversized Ethernet frames that are greater than
1514 bytes, but less than 9000 bytes in length. This property requires
the presence of a switch that is able to process Jumbo frames.
Frame size is set at 1500 bytes by default. To increase the size of the
received frames, increment the byte quantity in 500-byte increments.
Large Send Offload. Normally the TCP segmentation is done by the
protocol stack. When you enable the Large Send Offload property, the
TCP segmentation can be done by the network adapter.
Disable. Disables Large Send Offload.
Enable. (default). Enables Large Send Offload.
Locally Administered Address. The Locally Administered Address is
a user-defined MAC address that is used in place of the MAC address
originally assigned to the network adapter. Every adapter in the
network must have its own unique MAC address. This locally
administered address consists of a 12-digit hexadecimal number.

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