Re: Interphase NIO-100BaseTX on K570
I pulled the card out of the machine and had a look. It's a HP branded
card (P/N: A3495-60001). It was a rather large card, with several large
chips on it, but they were sandwiched under the daughter board. The date
on the resin said 1995. Some of them were intel chips, but I didn't get
any part numbers. If any of this sounds hopeful, I'll pull the card
again and pop off the daughterboard to get a closer look at the chips.
On Wed, 2002-11-13 at 10:02, Matthew Wilcox wrote:
> On Wed, Nov 13, 2002 at 09:30:30AM -0500, Jeffrey Layton wrote:
> > 12. Interphase NIO-100BaseTX (4) at 0xf1908000 [10/4/8], versions 0x4,
> > 0x0, 0x382
> > Unfortunately, I have yet to see a driver that works for these. I also
> > saw some other messages in another group that hinted that this was
> > unsupportable due to lack of documentation, but details were sketchy.
> > Can anyone confirm or deny that this is the case?
> I certainly don't have docs for them... I suspect someone may, but they
> may not be able to release them since it's Interphase's card, not HP's.
> It might help if you could tell us what chip is on those cards -- maybe
> it was reused as a PCI 100BaseT chip?
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