yes, it's a network problem.
> This doesn't
> happen with 2.4 on the same hardware: NEC Chrom@ laptop,
> TI CardBus bridge, 3Com Corporation 3CCFE575CT Cyclone
> CardBus (rev 10) NIC.
Ah. You're using cardbus. Please send lspci output.
> Now, what else? I'm lost...
The NIC driver is basically unchanged from 2.4. It will be a
cardbus/PCI/northbrige/southbridge setup problem.
Look for suspicious dmesg output. Compare the `lspci -vvxx' output for 2.5
and 2.4, see if any of the registers look different. This will be hard.
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