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Re: Redhat Linux 5.0 and T/R Loosing routing off local network.
I did a short lookup on the error codes:
X'20' Lost data. No buffers availlable This is an rcv
and xmit error code
X'59' Parameter request--retry count exceeded This is an
open error code
I hope these return codes reflect what happens. I downloaded a good
PostScript documentation from the net. It was an IBM location, that is
I can remember. The title page says:
IBM BookManager Print Review
Title: Token-Ring Shared-RAM Adatpters
Maybe you find it with a search engine or somebody from the list
Ron Richardson wrote:
> Hi, I'm newbie so please forgive any mistakes :-}
> The question I have has to due with trying to bring up a Linux system on a
> Token-Ring Network.
> IBM Auto T/R card
> Linux - RedHat 5.0
> kernel 2.0.31
> - Bootup - Okay, Able to Ping 188.8.131.52, off ring, and
> 184.108.40.206, on same ring. Class C address, I think.
> - Then an error/status message of "tr0: New ring status: 20" will
> - Now only pinging to 149.82.40.XXX address will work
> * Once in a while I will get a "tr:0 Unrecoverable error: error code
> = 0059" on boot up. Normally rebooting will resolve this problem.
> Filename: ifcfg-tr0
> Filename: network
> The 220.127.116.11 is a Cisco Router.
> It almost seem like there might be a resource limit that I am bumping into.
> Any help will be greatly appreciated.
> Ron Richardson x3677
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