Re: old NIC
Re: old NICOn Thu, Nov 16, 2000 at 06:27:40PM -0500, Michael P. Soulier
> Hey guys. I just tossed an older Cicero ISA 10 Meg NIC in my old i486
> It says that it's ne2k compatible, but that module requires me to figure
> what io address and irq it's supposed to use.
> Any idea how I can find that out?
firstname.lastname@example.org followed up:
>try io's between 0x100 and 0x400, steps of 10 (remember this is hex)
>irq will probably be autodetected
Hopefully the isapnp methods described in later replies will work for you.
If they don't, be careful with the IRQ selection. In my experience modprobe
will bomb if the IO address is wrong, but will 'work' if the IRQ is
wrong. You will, however, get some weird error messages when trying to
ping or whatever. So if resorting to trial and error, do the IO address
then the IRQ (there's not too many IRQs anyway...) :)
- Re: old NIC
- From: "Michael P. Soulier" <email@example.com>