On Thu, Oct 17, 2002 at 08:26:41AM -1200, Andrew Kemmy wrote:
> On Thu, 17 Oct 2002 11:24:09 +0100
> "Breathnach, Proinnsias (Dublin)" <breatpro at exchange.ie.ml.com> wrote:
>> > Anyone got a suggestion that doesn't involve "Buy loads of kit"
>> I presume you have tried power-cycling the hub ? Some "auto-sensing"
> hubs need a reset before recognising a 10BaseT device if there are
> already lots of 100TX devices already connected IMLE (In My Limited
> Experience). Also have you tried it on a different port ? (I've come
> across quite a lot of hubs where one port simply "doesn't work".)
If this is a professional managable hub then try to disable Full duplex.
If not then try to disable on one or more cards. Full duplex has a
tendency to complicate things. YMMV
> P.S. has anyone got 3C595 cards to work reliably in 100Tx-FD mode ?
> I've used the DOS config thingy to set the adapters, but RTFM tells me
> they do 100TX, or Full-Duplex, but not both. I don't think the 3C595 is
> the world's greatest network card somehow.
My 3c595 Does NOT do FD at 100Mbit. The manual stated so when I read it a
couple of years ago. Works fine for me, but nothing impressive.
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