On Tue, 4 Jun 1996, Volker Paepcke wrote:
> > > de0 <Digital DC21140 Fast Ethernet> rev 18 int a irq 12 on pci0:15
> > > de0: DC21140 [10-100Mb/s] pass 1.2 Ethernet address 00:00:92:96:2a:7e
> > > de0: enabling 100baseTX UTP port
> Sorry, I forgot to tell that the machine was running fine with
> a 3C509 ethernet card so I'm using the same routing configuration.
> I only switched the cards and changed all instances of ep0 to de0
> in /etc/sysconfig:
> network_interfaces="de0 lo0"
> ifconfig_de0="inet 18.104.22.168 netmask 255.0.0.0"
Hm. That's interesting.
> ifconfig de0:
> de0: flags=c863<UP,BROADCAST,NOTRAILERS,RUNNING,SIMPLEX,LINK2,MULTICAST>mtu
> inet 22.214.171.124 netmask 0xff000000 broadcast 126.96.36.199
> ether 00:00:92:96:2a:7e
> After further investigation I found some interesting facts from netstat -in:
> Name Mtu Network Address Ipkts Ierrs Opkts Oerrs Coll
> de0 1500 <Link>00.00.92.96.2a.7e 20 0 59 39 570
> de0 1500 77 188.8.131.52 20 0 59 39 570
Other than the errors and excessive collisions, something doesn't look
right here. Do you need a default route?
I'd look into those errors and collisions though.
> I got these values after trying some pings from and to this machine.
Quite a few pings it looks like.
> > > green LED is on and the yellow LED is flashing after starting a ping
> > > just like under NT but no packets seem to be transmitted or received.
> > This points to routing, usually.
Doug White | University of Oregon
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