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SubjectRe: xircom_cb and promiscious mode
On Thu, 18 Oct 2001 22:36:38 +0100, arjan@fenrus.demon.nl wrote:

> The xircom_tulip_cb driver is more advanced, and probably works well for
> your system. (It doesn't work for all cards, but I suspect that correlates
> highly with the revision that needs the promisc)

In particular the xircom_tulip_cb driver from 2.4.13-pre4 should work well
at Columbia (since that's one place where I tested it :-). You can simply
copy the xircom_tulip_cb.c from 2.4.13-pre4 into pretty much any 2.4
kernel and recompile, and it should work -- except maybe for the
MODULE_LICENSE line which can be safely commented out.

Arjan, are there still cards that don't work without promisc mode enabled?
I got two different versions myself and both work very nicely with the
latest xircom_tulip_cb.

Thanks,
Ion

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