>> Tim Nelson wrote:
>>> Hello! Yes... I am starting another thread for a Nokia IP3xx box...
>>> currently have two of them! (See my other thread regarding an
>>> ;-) I've installed monowall AND pfSense on this box. Both see the
>>> ports labeled eth-s(4-5) as fxp0-2. I also have an addon card for
>>> expansion slot with two additional ports on it. These are recognized
>>> dc0-1. However, when I plug in a cable to either of these three
>>> am not getting any link lights. I've tried connecting these ports to
>>> another switch with a straight through cable as well as a
>>> If the card was bad I'm assuming it wouldn't be recognized by
>>> mono/pfsense... my only conclusion thus far would be simply both
>>> are bad... Does anyone have any other ideas?
>>> --Tim Nelson
>> I have a few IP330s and IP440s and have run into the same problem.
>> likely your two port add-in card is good. The loss of link is the
>> of a driver issue with the FreeBSD 4.x DC driver and the various Znyx
>> NICs that Nokia supplies with its IP series appliances.
>> Znyx has a FreeBSD 4.0 driver available for download from their web
>> site. The downside is that you have to remove the DEC (DC) driver and
>> build the Znyx driver into the kernel.
>> The newer versions of FreeBSD may work with these NICs. You may want
>> try pfSense.
>> -Matt Smith
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> Thank you for the info! I've already tried pfSense and have the same
> issue... Someone else mentioned a duplexing issue with the Znyz
> would appear my options are:
> 1. Replace driver in kernel for full functionality
> 2. Add <media> and <mediaopt> tags to the XML config
I haven't tried the media tags yet, if they work please let it be known.
Here is a link to someone who encountered the same issues with a 4 port
Znyx cPCI NIC. http://spic.net/m0n0/readme.txt They also rebuilt a
m0n0wall 1.0 image without the DC drivers and with the ZNB drivers
available here http://spic.net/m0n0/ If all else fails, there is always
option no. 3: A nonfunctional 2 RJ45-port cPCI slot cover ;-)