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SubjectRe: D-LINK DFE-530-TX
On Thu, 7 Dec 2000, James Bourne wrote:

> On Thu, 7 Dec 2000, Alan Cox wrote:
>
> > > > Should be the rtl8139 driver.
> > >
> > > AFAIK, it uses the via-rhine driver. The DFE-538TX is rtl8139 based.
> > > Mike, if you have problems, search list archives: a few people (including
> > > me) reported problems under load. I've never solved them.
> >
> > 2.2.18pre24 has the 8139too driver that Jeff Garzik built from a mix of his
> > own work and Don Becker's rather unreliable rtl8129.c driver. It seems to be
> > way better (but not perfect)
>
> Yes, still running 2.2.17 though.
>
> The DFE-530TX is the viacom chipset, but the DFE530TX+ (Which I guess
> replaces the 538 as that is no longer listed on the Dlink site) is an
> rtl8139 chip.

You mean that D-Link made a card named DFE530TX VIA based and one named
DFE530TX+ rtl based? Isn't it a bit confusing? B-)

>
> Jim

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