Re: NIC PnP
I have the driver but cannot access the driver. The setup utility for the NIC
3c5x9setup.c:v1.00 6/19/2000 Donald Becker (email@example.com)
No interrupt sources are pending.
3c5x9 found at 0x300.
Indication enable is 0000, interrupt enable is 0000.
Model number 3c509 version 5, base I/O 0x300, IRQ 10, 10baseT port.
3Com Node Address 00:50:DA:7E:30:2A (used as a unique ID only).
OEM Station address 00:50:DA:7E:30:2A (used as the ethernet address).
Manufacture date (MM/DD/YY) 11/11/99, division 6, product WK.
Options: half duplex, enable linkbeat.
The computed checksum matches the stored checksum of 7e03.
The enables don't look right, could that be my problem?
From: Ralph Katz <firstname.lastname@example.org>
To: email@example.com <firstname.lastname@example.org>
Date: December 19, 2005 11:57 AM
Subject: Re: NIC PnP
>On 12/18/2005 08:00 PM, Dave Whelan wrote:
>> I can't get my 3c509 working for aliant dsl, does anyone know how I can check
>> whether PnP is enabled on this NIC?
>> Dave Whelan.
>I have that card working fine on a sarge box with kernel 2.4.27. From
>> Dec 19 10:05:57 localhost kernel: isapnp: Scanning for PnP cards...
>> Dec 19 10:05:57 localhost kernel: isapnp: Card '3Com 3C509B EtherLink III'
>> Dec 19 10:05:57 localhost kernel: isapnp: 1 Plug & Play card detected total
>> Dec 19 10:05:57 localhost kernel: eth0: 3c5x9 at 0x220, 10baseT port, address
>> 0 10 4b 15 c4 ed, IRQ 5.
>> Dec 19 10:05:57 localhost kernel: 3c509.c:1.19 16Oct2002 email@example.com
>> Dec 19 10:05:57 localhost kernel: http://www.scyld.com/network/3c509.html
>You should already have the driver:
>$ locate 3c509
>I do have 3c509 listed in /etc/modules.
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- Re: NIC PnP
- From: Andrew Sackville-West <email@example.com>