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    SubjectRe: CRAP in 2.4.18-pre7
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    Followup to:  <3C543E86.7F0FA37A@gmx.net>
    By author: root <gunther.mayer@gmx.net>
    In newsgroup: linux.dev.kernel
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    > You don't need a hub to have collisions.
    >
    > Duplex mismatch (i.e. one card in full-duplex, the other in half-duplex)
    > would just show 10-50 KByte/sec transfer rates typically.
    >
    > The card's statistics about "collisions" and "late collisions" would
    > positively prove if this is the case.
    >

    Not all cards correctly autoconfigure across a crossover cable (they
    should, but not all do). When autoconfigure is screwed up, as you
    indicate above, things will be *VERY* messed up.

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