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Re: pcmcia-network-card (can't reach network)

Hi Derek,
well that (./network start eth0) was actually the way I could cause my device toshowup on ifconfig. Well I can ping and everything... then the network-card blinks a lot but I get no access to the lan nor internet.
Any suggestions?
best regards,

On Fri, Dec 07, 2001 at 04:01:34PM -0400, Derek Broughton wrote:
> > my wireless card still isn't doing it so I'm trying to use my Xircom card
> now (creditcard ce3-100)
> > it's being recognized correctly but the network isn't configured/reached
> at all although all the parameters in /etc/pcmcia/network.opts are right.
> > ifconfig says the same... there is a loop device but the eth0 device has
> no inet-addr mask etc...
> > Anybody knows whats wrong here? I get more and more the feeling something
> fundamentally might be missing.
> > I have the 2.4.16 kernel with the right module and the cardmgr recompiled
> for this kernel running here on my debian-potato...
> Try "/etc/pcmcia/network start eth0"
> If that works, put it in a pre-up statement in /etc/network/interfaces
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