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Re: eth0 - possible standby mode

Using the default debian 2.4.27-10.0 kernel?

If yes... It's got a network bug... (or a not applied patch for some pci 
chipset i believe). If you wanna use a debian kernel, you should use the 
older 2.4.27-8.0. Worked fine(/better) for me :)

You should be able to find it somewhere on the net I guess. Complete name 
should be: kernel-image-2.4.27-r5k-cobalt_2.4.27-8.040815-1_mipsel.deb

i'm sure google will find it somewere for you, and if not maybe I have it 
still somewhere... 

good luck


On Wednesday 27 July 2005 02:05 pm, Jacob.Hooysma@ict.nl wrote:
> Hello All,
> Does anyone know if the primary ethernet interface of the Cube 2
> has a standby mode ?
> I'm facing the problem that eth0 not allways works. When I look
> at the backside the line detection led is not allways on. When
> I send data/request to the internet (eth1 -> eth0) the data led goes on
> together
> with the line led. Sometimes the line led will stay on and sometimes not.
> Changing cables doesn't help and reseting the modem either.
> eth0 is connected to an ADSL modem that is allways on
> eth1 is connected to the internal network
> Best regards,
> Jacob

... the HIGHWAY is made out of LIME JELLO and my HONDA is a barbequeued

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