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Subject2.6.0-test3+sk98lin driver with hardware bug make eth unusable
I've already reported this problem to syskonnect few weeks ago (without 
success as I see).

There is a ASIC bug in several popular motherboards (including ASUS ones)
related to TX hardware checksum.

For packets smaller that 56 bytes (payload), as UDP dns queries, the asic
generates a bad checksum making the drivers unusable for "normal" Internet

12:50:26.602458 > [bad udp cksum 617e!]
55764+ [45727n] A? (39) (DF) (ttl 64, id 8705, len 67)
12:50:26.733664 > [bad udp cksum 5e7e!]...
12:50:40.603124 > [bad udp cksum 617e!]...
12:50:40.743436 > [bad udp cksum 607e!]...
12:50:54.604568 > [bad udp cksum 717e!]...
12:50:54.744493 > [bad udp cksum 607e!]...

The only solution is to comment out
in skge.c

Could be this an option in Kconfig?

ricardo galli GPG id C8114D34
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