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SubjectRe: MultiTech PCI128 ISDN Adapter
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On Wed, 27 Oct 1999, Karsten Keil wrote:

>On Wed, Oct 27, 1999 at 10:45:47AM +0100, Raúl Alexis Betancort Santana wrote:
>> Anyone knows if this ISDN PCI card is supported ?? ... It does not seems
>> to be recognized by the kernel (An "Unknown device, Unknown vendor" appears
>> on /proc/pci)
>> I have tried with the HFC-PCI HiSax módule .. but it does not work .. :-(
>Which chip is on it ?

A *Winbond* chip ... I have seen similar chips on some Ethernet card's
The card have only 2 chips .. one bigger (I suppouse to control
electrical signals from the line) and the winbond one ..

>What show lspci -v ?

Sorry .., the card is not here .. but I can get this info maybe tomorrow,
(if I have time to go to where the server is installed. .. :-P )
But on /proc/pci (I know, I know .. the info show there is not accurage
..) the card was detected as Network Device .. Unknown vendor, Unknown
Device ...
Umm .. I think the vendor ID is 655 .. I'm not 100% sure now

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