Subject: Re: READ ME: please test some Tulip Ethernet boards
To: Charles Hanum <email@example.com>
From: Richard Earnshaw <firstname.lastname@example.org>
Date: 04/19/2002 23:37:26
> In order to make the final push to switch from the de driver to the
> tlp driver, I need several cards that were known to have problems with
> either tlp or de retested. If you have any of these cards, please
> test them and report to me whether or not they work with the code in
> -current (tulip.c >=1.109 and if_tlp_cardbus.c >=1.33). Also, please
> feel free to report to me any other Tulip-based cards you find working
> or not.
> If possible and where relevant, please test both 10Mb and 100Mb, half
> and full duplex modes.
My cats machine can't configure its ethernet mii any more with this change
(well, 24 hours ago).
Apr 19 23:19:52 osprey /netbsd: tlp0 at pci0 dev 9 function 0: DECchip
hernet, pass 2.2
Apr 19 23:19:52 osprey /netbsd: tlp0: interrupting at irq 8
Apr 19 23:19:52 osprey /netbsd: tlp0: Ethernet address 00:40:05:51:3b:b2
Apr 19 23:19:52 osprey /netbsd: tlp0: unable to configure MII
Apr 19 23:19:52 osprey /netbsd: tlp0: no media found!
Previous kernel (with working de0) had:
Apr 19 23:30:40 osprey /netbsd: Digital Equipment DECchip 21140
/100 Ethernet (ethernet network, revision 0x22) at ? dev 9 function 0
0, intrpin 0x1, i/o on, mem on, no quirks)
Apr 19 23:30:40 osprey /netbsd: de0: interrupting at irq 8
Apr 19 23:30:40 osprey /netbsd: de0: 21140A [10-100Mb/s] pass 2.2
Apr 19 23:30:40 osprey /netbsd: de0: address 00:40:05:51:3b:b2
I guess the kernel is just missing the relevant MII PHYS stuff, but I've
no idea which ones are needed.