> = Vincent Murphy <theDon at cs.ucc.ie> [19991003 2015]:
> > .. for now i'd like to verify that the
> > ethernet works, and if it does try something else.
>> i think i've managed to verify that the ethernet is working. i installed
> tcpdump on the debian box, and did the following:
>> time action
> ---- ------
> 22:10 on 192.168.0.100 (linux box): `ping -c4 192.168.0.200'
> 22:11 on 192.168.0.200 (windows box): `ping 192.168.0.100'
>Hmm. two things.. as someone else mentioned, try the 192.168.1.* network,
does your Ne2K on the Windows box have a 10B2 transceiver as well? If it
does, have you
set it to use the 10BT connector? Might be worth getting a crossover cable
to be sure the hub isn't knackered (
For an ordinary cable use two * plug 1)
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