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SubjectFA-311 / Natsemi problems with 2.4.1
Please CC me, as I don't follow the list.

Please also forgive me if I'm stepping on toes. I'm in user-space.

I have had similar problems (network server XXXX not responding) with
both a Netgear FA311 (DP83815) and a Macronix (tulip) card when using
Donald Becker's drivers under 2.2.x kernels when connected to a Netgear
FE108 (100BaseTx-HD) hub. Both work correctly when dumbed-down to
10Mb. The fa311 driver from Netgear worked fine at 100Mb with a 2.2
kernel.

Under 2.4.x, fa311 doesn't compile and natsemi.c gives the messages
below. Again, I can (and do) force the card to 10Mb and it works fine
with the natsemi driver.

> I'm having problems with the natsemi drivers on my Netgear FA-311 card.
>
> On one host, I get lots of messages like this:
>
> eth1: Something Wicked happened! 0700.
> eth1: Something Wicked happened! 0740.
> eth1: Something Wicked happened! 0740.
> eth1: Something Wicked happened! 0740.
> eth1: Something Wicked happened! 0740.
> eth1: Something Wicked happened! 0740.
> eth1: Something Wicked happened! 0540.
>
--
Tom Popowski
Software Support
Northwest Geophysical Associates, Inc.
http://www.nga.com


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