Re: (no subject)

Jim Roland (jim@roland.net)
Wed, 15 Dec 1999 08:48:44 -0600 (CST)


Sorry, I did not originate anything with a tulip ethernet card. I do not
use them.

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On Wed, 15 Dec 1999, Corey Johnston wrote:

> Date: Wed, 15 Dec 1999 17:13:19 +1100
> From: Corey Johnston <coreyjohnston@email.com>
> To: jim@roland.net, linux-net@vger.rutgers.edu
> Subject: Re: (no subject)
>
> Hello Jim,
>
> I stumbled upon a message regarding your problems setting-up a Tulip-based
> ethernet card in a box with a 2 other ethernet cards under Linux and decided
> to
> mail
> you because this is exactly the same setup I have on my machine and I'm
> having a problem. Did you get the two cards working in Linux? I am
> experiencing a problem
> with my cablemodem service, which uses a SMC-branded Tulip 21041 PCI
> ethernet card. The other card I have in my system is an NE2000 PCI card
> which I use for
> another small network. My problem is, both cards work fine in Windows98 but
> in Linux, they are detected and work, but the cablemodem sporadically loses
> its link connection. i.e. it works, then stops, then works etc etc. The
> "link" light drops-out occasionally, but when it comes back on all is okay
> til it drops-out again.
> I hope you don't mind me emailing you, but I've hunted the web over and
> found out numerous pieces of information regarding the Tulip card drivers
> for Linux, but as my system, running Redhat 6.1 detected and setup the card,
> as far as Linux is concerned, all is okay.
>
> In reality, though, this is far from correct.
>
> Maybe this has nothing to do at all with your news message which I found
> (attached below), but maybe its some sort of conflict between the 2 cards
> which is causing a problem. However, there is no hardware conflict in the
> BIOS or in Windows Device Manager.
>
> If you'd know anything of what could be the matter here, or have any general
> pieces of advice of using 2 or 3 cards in the one box, I'd really
> appreciate hearing from you.
>
>
> Sincerely
>
> Corey Johnston
> Sydney, Australia
>
> corey2@usa.net
>
> Original news item
>
> Jim Roland (jim@roland.net)
> Sun, 22 Nov 1998 11:21:54 -0600
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>
>
>
> Okay. So what's your problem?
>
> TAB wrote:
>
> > Hello All,
> >
> > I have been trying to fix a problem now for over a week, with no sucess.
> >
> > I am running Redhat 5.1
> > I have a need to run Linux with 3 Ethernet Cards......
> > I have the following cards
> >
> > eth0 - SMC 8432 (pci) - tulip driver
> > eth1 - SMC 8416 (isa) - smc-ultra driver
> > eth1 - SMC 8416 (isa) - smc-ultra driver
> >
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