Subject: Re: Multiple Tulips
To: Hal Murray <email@example.com>
From: Chris G. Demetriou <firstname.lastname@example.org>
Date: 04/19/1999 15:51:34
Hal Murray <email@example.com> writes:
> Does anybody have a system with multiple Tulips working happily?
> If so, what sort of paramters are you using?
> I added a DE504 (quad Tulip) to a Miata last night. I haven't managed
> to get it to do anything useful. I haven't tried all that hard yet.
Matt Thomas and I have a 4 port board in an AlphaStation 200, and it
worked great. relevant dmesg bits:
de0 at pci0 dev 11 function 0
de0: interrupting at isa irq 5
de0: DEC 21040 [10Mb/s] pass 2.4
de0: address 00:00:f8:23:47:17
ppb0 at pci0 dev 13 function 0: Digital Equipment DECchip 21050
PCI-PCI Bridge (rev. 0x01)
pci1 at ppb0 bus 1
pci1: memory enabled
de1 at pci1 dev 4 function 0
de1: interrupting at isa irq 15
de1: DEC 21040 [10Mb/s] pass 2.3
de1: address 08:00:2b:e4:17:49
de2 at pci1 dev 5 function 0
de2: interrupting at isa irq 10
de2: DEC 21040 [10Mb/s] pass 2.3
de2: address 08:00:2b:e4:17:48
de3 at pci1 dev 6 function 0
de3: interrupting at isa irq 5
de3: DEC 21040 [10Mb/s] pass 2.3
de3: address 08:00:2b:e4:17:45
de4 at pci1 dev 7 function 0
de4: interrupting at isa irq 15
de4: DEC 21040 [10Mb/s] pass 2.3
de4: address 08:00:2b:e4:17:47
Obviously it's an old board (i don't know what kind, but i infer 'old'
from the presence of only the 10Mb/s chips 8-), but works quite nicely
for network sniffing.
Chris Demetriou - firstname.lastname@example.org - http://www.netbsd.org/People/Pages/cgd.html
Disclaimer: Not speaking for NetBSD, just expressing my own opinion.