On those cards which support it, this flag causes the transceiver to be disabled and the AUI connection to be used by default. In addi- tion, you should also specify iosiz to take advantage of the extra 8K of shared memory that 16bit mode provides. This flag forces the card to 16bit mode regardless of how the card identifies itself. They occasionally switch the byte order of the length field in the packet ring header several different causes of this related to an off-by-one byte alignment – resulting in “NIC memory corrupt – invalid packet length” messages. As a result, it may throw out some good packets which have been received but not yet transferred from the card to main memory. Usually caused by an interrupt conflict with another card on the ISA bus.

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[netbsd,] BUFFALO LPC3-CLX

This can lead to ring-buffer overruns resulting in dropped packets during heavy network traffic. The flags are a bit field, and are summarized as follows: They occasionally switch the byte order of the length field in the packet ring header several different causes of this related to an off-by-one byte alignment – resulting in “NIC memory corrupt – invalid packet length” messages.

In addi- tion, you should also specify iosiz to take advantage of the extra 8K of shared memory that 16bit mode provides. Use of this flag also provides one more packet worth of receiver buffering, and on 8bit cards, this may help reduce receiver lossage.

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Indicates a logic problem in the driver.

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Want to link to this manual page? This flag forces the card to 16bit mode regardless of how the card lpc itself.

Usually caused by a conflict with another card on the ISA bus, but in some cases may also indicate faulty cabling. Plc3 The ed driver is a bit too aggressive about resetting the card whenever any bad packets are received. If that is the case, you will have to either reconfigure the card using a DOS utility or set the jumpers on the card appropriately. Cannot find start of RAM.

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When the card was probed at system boot time, the ed driver found that it could not clear the lpx3 shared memory. The ed driver uses a unique multi-buffering mechanism to achieve high transmit performance.

This flag forces the card to 16bit mode regardless of how the card identifies itself. Use of this flag also provides one more packet worth of lp3c buffering, and on 8bit cards, this may help reduce receiver lossage.

This likely indicates that the card was improperly recognized as a Gateway or that the card is defective. The flags are a bit field, and are summarized as follows: They lock up whenever the receive ring-buffer overflows.

Usually caused by the ISA bus speed being set too fast. When using a 3c card, the AUI connection may be selected by specifying the link2 option to ifconfig 8 BNC is the default.

Indicates that a packet was received with a packet length that was either larger than the maximum size or smaller than the minimum size allowed by the IEEE BUGS The ed driver is a bit too aggressive about resetting the lpf3 whenever any bad packets are received. The ed driver does not support the following Ethernet NICs: Cannot find any RAM, start: When using a 3c card, the AUI connection may be selected by specifying the link2 option to ifconfig 8 BNC is the default.

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Cannot find any RAM, start: This indicates a coding error in the PC Card attachment, because a PHY is required for the chips that generate this error message.

The probe of a Gateway card was unsuccessful in configuring the card’s packet memory. This flag forces the card to 8bit mode regard- less of how the card identifies itself. This can lead to ring-buffer overruns resulting in dropped packets during heavy cox traffic.

[netbsd,08164] BUFFALO LPC3-CLX

Usually caused by the ISA bus speed being set too fast. As a result, it may throw out some good packets which have been received but not yet transferred from the card to main memory. Want to link to this manual page? This condition could also be caused if the kernel is configured for a different IRQ channel than the one the card is actually using.

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