I have a serious problem with LAN card.
I have a U.S.Robotics us7900 lan card,
not recognized automaticaly.
io-net -d ne2000 -t tcpip
ifconfig en0 192.168.0.13
ifconfig en0 up
and it can ping itself, showing 192.168.0.13 as lo0 in netstat -nr
route -n add 192.168.0.13 192.168.0.1
route -n add default 192.168.0.1
but I can’t ping any another box.
is it correct load us7900 as ne2000?
thanks for all,
I have the same problem with broadcom 4400,
even if I use
io-net -d bcm4400 -p tcpip
Not sure about us7900 card. A search of “us7900” on google doesn’t show this card. Does “ifconfig -a” show the MAC address for en0? You might want to post the output of “ifconfig -a” and “pci -v”.
As for broadcom 4400, you should check out phearbear’s website at qnxzone.com/~phearbear/bcm4400.html
thanks for all.
using io-net -dtulip -ptcpip
and enabling dhcp-client,
I have the same problem with my Broadcom 4400. I tried Phear Bear’s driver but nothing has changed!! It just won’t connect to the internet, how can i solve this?
I guess “ifconfig” still doesn’t show “en0” interface?
Let’s see what phearbear has to say. I remember he mentioned he had a newer test version to fix some other guy’s problem …
In the meantime, have you tried to specify the VID, DID (as found in “pci -v”) manually?
Oh, it’s ok now! It does work! Thanks!