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SubjectRe: Broadcom Gigabit 5703 and Bridging
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On Tue, 2003-01-07 at 20:41, sbolderoff@foursticks.com wrote:
> On Wed, Jan 08, 2003 at 02:52:37PM +1030, Paul Schulz wrote:
> The BCM95703A30 rev 1002 has issues with the hardware checksumming.

Really?

Can you demonstrate the problem with the 5703 without bridging?
Can you demonstrate the problem with bridging and another checksum
capable card?

Unless you can answer both those questions, I think faulting this
5703 variant is premature. It smells more like a briding bug to
me, perhaps it's corrupting the hw checksumming state of an SKB
as it passes through the bridging layer.

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