Subject: Re: What Network Cards Work -- Install documentation is wrong
To: Daniel Eggert <email@example.com>
From: None <firstname.lastname@example.org>
Date: 09/23/2002 10:30:25
I had to ditch buggy on board mc0 recently in favor of a PCI based
DE500 card, which shows up as de0. So far it seems to work nicely
with NetBSD 1.5.x in my powermac 7300. $15 on ebay.
Daniel Eggert <email@example.com> writes:
> Hi all,
> I've tried both the on-board and two PCI network adapters listed in the Install Notes for 1.6 as supported. None of them work.
> Can anybody tell me of a card that _does_ work?
> I'm running on a Apple Network Server 700. Here are the ones I've had no luck with:
> on-board mc(4) chip-resets constantly
> Apple PCI Ethernet Card tlp(4) NetBSD hangs on executing 'ifconfig -a'
> Netgear FA-311 sip(4) once configured, I get 'parity error' messages faster than I can count
> All help / suggestions are appreciated.
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