Chris Buechler wrote:
> On Tue, 14 Dec 2004 18:28:13 -0500, Jesse Guardiani <jesse at wingnet dot net>
>> So are you saying that the Soekris 4501 won't even route 100Mb speeds?
>> Or does the 4501 only have 10BaseT ports?
> They're 10/100 ports. Won't even get close to 100 Mb, though they
> fared better in Manuel's testing at 16-18 Mb. You bring up an
> interesting point though, with the really quite strange setup I was
> using to test, I have to wonder if one of the cards incorrected
> autonegotiated at 10 Mb. Regardless, you aren't even going to come
> close to 100 Mb.
From my brief google searches, it looks like the Soekris boards use
the sis driver, and the DP83815 chipset. That sucks. I bet a decent
fxp 828559 chipset with link0 enabled (interrupt mitigation) would
perform a lot better.
What is the ethernet chipset on the WRAP boards?
Jesse Guardiani, Systems Administrator
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