From: Padraig Brady (padraig.brady at domain corvil.com)
Date: Fri 20 Sep 2002 - 13:32:04 IST
kevin lyda wrote:
> On Fri, Sep 20, 2002 at 09:30:55AM +0100, Padraig Brady wrote:
>>>eth0 is the lan link. eth1 is connected to a cisco via a crossover cable.
>>The pertinent word here is cisco. You need to mess with your duplex settings,
>>as auto negotiation is broken with cisco usually.
> see, the problem is that the states *are* wrong. data goes across that
> link all the time. the stats say zero bytes but the act of pointing your
> browser at http://ie.suberic.net/ shoots bytes across it. the fact that
> this mail has hit the list means bytes have crossed it. yet the stats
> say zero packets transmitted. this email alone should be at least 4.
Ah, sorry. I wonder is it because you've inet6 enabled?
Probably just a simple bug in the driver? worth asking the tulip maintainer.
TX packets:0 errors:104825 dropped:0 overruns:0 carrier:209650
^^^^^^ ^^^ previous * 2 ?
RX bytes:38277532 TX bytes:0
^ Are you doubly sure there's no other data path :-)
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