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We are looking for a work around

We have discovered recently that our Cisco 1760 onboard ethernet connection is 10/100 and the Ethernet WIC is only 10BASE-T I am curious if anyone has heard of a hack or workaround to get this to 10/100 I am pretty sure there is not, but sometimes things are possible. Thanks for your thoughts

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I dont think you can, sir.

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