On Sun, 2004-04-25 at 18:36, Dave C. wrote:
> > I think that all boils down to the IP110 using an old seeprom map.
> I did some more testing and I can confirm this is indeed the problem.
> I modified the rc boot script to reconfigure the mac address on each reboot
> like this:
> /sbin/ifconfig fxp0 ether a:b:c:d:e:f0
> /sbin/ifconfig fxp1 ether a:b:c:d:e:f1
> /sbin/ifconfig fxp2 ether a:b:c:d:e:f2
> and the interfaces now work.
> So, my question is... how do I reprogram the eeproms holding the mac
> addresses, or..... how do I fix fxp to read those addresses?
> Thank you,
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