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For questions about duplex on an interface spanning all on topic network devices. For instance, you are troubleshooting an issue where two devices will not negotiate the correct duplex.

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No. There's a misunderstanding. A UTP cable consist of 8 wires, arranged in pair, so you have 4 pairs of wire in a single cable. Each pair is twisted, to reduce crosstalk and some kind of interferenc …
answered Jan 18 '18 by JFL