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Re: [linux-tr] 0.1.8.mlp
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From: Erik De Cock <firstname.lastname@example.org>
Sent: Friday, May 07, 1999 10:42 AM
Subject: Re: [linux-tr] 0.1.8.mlp
> A few versions ago, the card desynched always when doing ifdown/ifup,
> now this is fixed (rx/tx buffers are reset during ifup/ifdown), so you
> don't need to really reload the driver.
> I was having exaclty the same problems in all the versions up to 0.1.7,
> in the early versions it happened almost by itself, and from
> 0.1.3->0.1.6 I could only trigger it by ping-flooding the broadcast
> address (over 80 hosts responded).
> Can you give us some more information about the network (switch or mau)
> and the system you are testing this on ? Other details which are
> different in your set-up ?
> Erik De Cock.
Look at my last mail. I tested the script:
We have a switched token ring network with IBM 8270 (800 and 600) and
IBM 8272 (106 and 216) switches. IBM PC's with NT (mtu 4096) and AS/400
(mtu ?). The server are connected directly to the switch.
My machine is a IBM Server 315 with P133, 128MB RAM, Adaptec 2940UW with
3 disks, a CD-ROM and a HP scanner.
Linux is SuSE 6.1 with kernel 2.2.7 and olympic 0.1.8.
What else should you know?
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