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    SubjectRE: ne2k and 0x378 lp ports
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    On Tue, 20 Jul 1999, Dunlap, Randy wrote:

    > NE2000 uses base_io_addr thru base + 0x1f,
    > but all registers in that range are not used.
    > Base thru base + 0xf are ethernet controller registers.
    > Base + 0x10 (16 bits) is a packet data transfer register.
    > Base + 0x1f is a reset register.
    > Some NE2000 adapters may alias the data transfer register
    > and the reset register.
    > Apparently yours does not do this...
    >

    Is this NE2k an ISA device? Correct me if I'm wrong but don't IOs only
    get to the ISA bus if nothing on the PCI bus wants it?

    Bryn
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