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SubjectRe: How to set speed for EEPro100 ?
Hi,

If you use default eepro100.o module supplied with Linux kernel then
you have two options:
- add 'options eepro100 options=0x10' to your conf.modules
- use mii-diag program to change the speed/duplex of the card

If you use Intel driver called e100 then add the following line
to your conf.modules file

'options e100 e100_speed_duplex=2'

On Thu, Nov 15, 2001 at 12:43:01PM +0100, Marco Schwarz wrote:
> Hi,
>
> I am having some problems with my EEPro 100 card.
> Seems like my dual speed hub doesnt like it when some
> of the cards are 10 MB and some others are 100 ....
>
> How can I force the card to use 10 MB instead of 100MB
> or auto detect ? I am using the driver included in
> kernel 2.4.9, and I couldnt find any infos on how to
> do this ...
>
> Thanks in advance
>
> Marco Schwarz
>
>
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