Subject: Re: strange ethernet behavior in CC
To: None <port-mac68k@NetBSD.org>
From: Thomas Carlson <email@example.com>
Date: 01/25/2006 16:37:29
I also have a Color Classic running NetBSD using the same Apple
Ethernet PDS card as yours. The difference is that I have replaced the
motherboard with one from an LC 550, which would technically make it a
Color Classic II. This enables it to have 36 MB of RAM with its 33MHz
processor, a much more capable machine than the original CC.
1.6 runs fine on it and I am about to try 2.1 as soon as I can figure
out how to connect my other old machine, a Powerbook 180, to my
network. Apparently, there is still no driver for its Asante Mini
ENSC. What other options do I have for this 'book?
On Monday, January 23, 2006, at 05:49 PM, <firstname.lastname@example.org> wrote:
> I have a Color Classic that's running 1.6 now. It boots and
> recognizes the Apple Ethernet LC Twisted-Pair Card at nubus0.
> However, it tries to initialize the device three times, as sn0 (in
> slot a), sn1 (in slot c), and sn2 (in slot e) all with the same MAC
> address. I've enabled dhclient, but can't get obtain an IP,
> presumably for that reason. It tries to listen/send on all three at
> once, and I get messages like "Tx - lost interrupt" and "Tx pack
> Any ideas what is going on, and what I can do about it?
> I know a little about card addresses from playing with my SE/30 - the
> different addresses let you stack cards with only a single physical
> slot. My guess is that Nubus works like that too, but this one card
> is responding to multiple addresses. I don't think I have any other
> LC type ethernet cards, as I recently divested myself of my "junk
> I'm hoping to do the Mystic upgrade someday, at which point I'll
> likely have a different NIC. But until then, I'd like to have a
> workable machine, and without networking it's not very useful.
> Tim & Alethea