>How to check which driver is bind to card in m0n0wall -card is
>present in system as tl0
>- I think it can use tl driver. There is no any error message
>in system log messages.
> How to check if it works ok and the card is initialised OK? I
>can bind IP adress from
>m0n0wall console, but nothing works. When I use another card
>everything works. How
>change the driver for this card?The problem is, that deskpro
>has only one additional
>PCI slot, and I can't use another card.
>If somebody knows how to do this please tell me it in "simple
>words" I have just started
>tu use BSD.
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Looks like tl4 driver has been automatically assigned to the built-in
ethernet controller, hence it is listed as interface tl0 (first of that
Do you have a second ethernet card already in the PCI slot? If so which
I have experienced some network cards that cause problems with other network
cards in the same PC, even of exactly the same type. One manufacturer that
springs to mind is Netgear (FA310 & FA311) which has already been mentioned
by Hilton Travis in another thread.
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