On Thu, 2003-07-03 at 12:04, Yogesh Subhash Talekar wrote:
> Firstly sorry for such an unexpected distrurbance. But I saw your posts o=
> Linux kernel lists which raised my hopes and hence this mail.
> We at University of Pune, India run the campus network whose backbone run=
> on OFC. We decided to upgrade it to 100 mbps from 10mbps and bought 3COM
> 3CR990 cards to install them in 20 Linux servers we have.
> Now that has landed us in big trouble. The driver which 3COM provided on
> CD-ROMs is not working. Also the one we downloaded from 3COM's website is
> also not working.
> Whenever we make the cards up and try to check simple FTP speeds from one
> machine to other it comes to about 800 kbps! We changed the CISCO-2990
> fiber switch to make sure that it is not because of the faulty switch..
> but in vein.
> We also tried 2.5.X but it fails to compile.
> Does anyone of you has a solution / advice/ code?
> Please help.....
> --yogesh talekar
Im also very intressed in this since I have a few off these (that works
like a charm under w2k btw).
Im CC:ing the LKML, maybe someone has more answers.
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