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SubjectRe: 3com Driver and the 3XP Processor
It can't because 3com hasn't implemented in the driver and they won't
publish the interface.
-Kip

On Mon, 11 Jun 2001, Brent D. Norris wrote:

> I just had one of the "3com Etherlink 10/100 PCI NIC with 3XP processor"
> float accross my desk, I was wondering how much the linux kernel uses the
> 3xp processor for its encryption offloading and such. According to the
> hype it does DES without using the CPU, does linux take advantage of that?
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