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Re: Linksys EtherFast 10/100 CardBus PC Card (PCMCIA)

On Sat, Mar 03, 2001 at 01:45:01PM +0000, Paul Clark wrote:
> On Sat, Mar 03, 2001 at 05:20:26AM -0500, Charles Fulmer wrote:
> > 
> > not certain under debian but on a friend's dual boot 98se red hat 6.0 it
> > reconized it as a ne2000 clone and worked perfectly running as that..... i
> > mostly use tulip chipsets for pci cards and then use the standard tulip
> > modules, if you have cardmgr running see if it grabs any info in the dmesg,
> > if the ne2000 doesn't work then try the tulip... but from my experience(not
> > much.. even though my network has about 30 nic's across it and part time
> > working on the lan at work and about a dozen laptops running a linux distrib
> > and a pcmcia nic) of the four linksys 10/100 pcmcia's i've seen, and the
> > netgear 10/100 pcmcia in my laptop (.. which looks identical outside cept
> > for the label... the casing looks like it was stamped from the same
> > machine.....  something we're not being told....) they all registered or
> > worked as ne2000 clones.
> All my network is ne2000 clone ISA or PCI cards. I tried using that
> driver but it doesn't seem to work.
> Paul Clark

You have to use tulip anyway, AFAIK.
And of course your ping didn't work.
I told you that you need to put it in promiscuous mode (tcpdump)
for it to work.
--> wrong driver, get the right one.

Andreas Mohr

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