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 From:  "Radoslaw Krupa" <aeon at tech dot us dot edu dot pl>
 To:  "'Dennis Wallberg'" <dennis dot wallberg at bredband dot net>, <m0n0wall at lists dot m0n0 dot ch>
 Subject:  RE: [m0n0wall] Network Interface problem
 Date:  Mon, 1 Mar 2004 17:26:06 +0100
I'm using 2x D-Link 530TX and Intel 10/100 PCI card and it's working smooth
and nice. I have MSI BXMaster mainboard. Never had any problem with that. I
was using realtek cards too, without any trouble. Try to play with pnp
and/or irq settings of cards (using DOS-based setup programs) and mainboard

Good luck


> -----Original Message-----
> From: Dennis Wallberg [mailto:dennis dot wallberg at bredband dot net] 
> Sent: Monday, March 01, 2004 3:31 PM
> To: m0n0wall at lists dot m0n0 dot ch
> Subject: [m0n0wall] Network Interface problem
> Hi all!
> Ok this is the configuration:
> Mono 1.0 generic-PC
> Legacy PC 133MHz (64MB)
> 2x D-link 530TX (rev-c1)
> 2x RTL8139B
> I've used mono for a while now and I decided to change my old 10Mbit
> Ethernet cards to new 100Mbit (some of the above listed). Before
> upgrading everything worked just fine, but when I try to 
> install 2 Fast
> Ethernet cards i.e. 2x RTL / 2x D-link it does not work. When 
> I have two
> d-link only one show up in the console-menu, and when I use 2x realtek
> same thing only one show up. I also tried using 1 RTL with 1 d-link,
> that sometimes work and they show up as rl0 & vr0 but after a 
> while mono
> crash. With this configuration (1 rtl & 1 d-link) before it 
> crash I cant
> access Internet but I can access LAN, WAN interface get ip 
> from DHCP but
> I can't ping default gateway (or anything for that matter from mono). 
> Right now I run mono with one 10Mbit ne2k compatible and one 
> 100Mbit RTL
> card and this configuration seams to work just fine.. But I still want
> to be able to use 2 x 100Mbit. I suppose this might have to 
> do with the
> hardware but I would appreciate some hints.
> I made a clean installation of mono before changing NIC's
> /Dennis
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