Subject: Re: Network Interface Cards
To: NetBSD/i386 Discussion List <port-i386@NetBSD.ORG>
From: Greg A. Woods <>
List: port-i386
Date: 09/30/2000 23:33:25
[ On Sunday, October 1, 2000 at 13:46:29 (+1100), Simon Burge wrote: ]
> Subject: Re: Network Interface Cards 
> I'm building a new router out of a P100 and a pair of WD8013WC's (both
> are marked "8013WC", one copyright 1992, the other 1892(!!!)), and just
> tried a ping test to the P100 (from an Alpha PC164 through and old
> 10Mbit/s HP hub):
> 	  1917.0 packets/sec sent,  1917.5 packets/sec received
>  3665724 bytes received in 00:03 (0.99MB/s)

That's more like it!

I'm beginning to wonder if my problem isn't the damned stupid
motherboard I'm using....  That's what you get I guess for scrounging
things up from spare parts.  Time to scrounge some more and build
another, me thinks.

							Greg A. Woods

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