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SubjectRe: e1000 strangeness in a dell poweredge 1650
I have had no problems with the e1000 and the 1650's
They run at 100Mbs and 1000Mbs fine. I have had them
working both with RH7.3 and Debian, and even FreeBSD.
Bad NIC? Bad cable? It going into a switch, a hub? These
things come with two NICs, do both do it?

Steve

Joe Kellner wrote:

>Hello,
>Running a dell poweredge 1650 with two intel e1000/pro's on redhat 7.3.
>We seem to be having a problem with the ethernet cards linking at 100 mbps/FDX
>and only working for a few seconds (usually around 30 seconds). There are no
>messages in dmesg other than when the module is loaded (Stating that port0 is
>up at 100 mbs/FDX). Is this a known issue, and is there a workaround? I can
>provide more information if needed.
>
>
>Thanks,
>-Joe Kellner
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