Help with networking

I’ve confirmed that my 3C905B is detected and that the driver is loaded
(el900). From what I understand io-net is loading. I’m running a standard
install of 6.1rtp. I’ve tried just about every combination of setups in
phlip that I can think of (dhcp and manual).

I’m not sure if ttcpip is loading properly.

I’m not sure about routing tables (I’m behind a linksys router)

My setup works under winxp 100%

Is there something I’m overlooking? Could someone point me in the right
direction to get this working, dhcp preferably.

Thanks

Post you output from ifconfig en0 (if that is your interface name), nicinfo,
netstat -an . What happens when you ping your gateway?


Cheers,
Adam

QNX Software Systems Ltd.
[ amallory@qnx.com ]

With a PC, I always felt limited by the software available.
On Unix, I am limited only by my knowledge.
–Peter J. Schoenster <pschon@baste.magibox.net>
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I’ve confirmed that my 3C905B is detected and that the driver is loaded
(el900). From what I understand io-net is loading. I’m running a
standard
install of 6.1rtp. I’ve tried just about every combination of setups in
phlip that I can think of (dhcp and manual).

I’m not sure if ttcpip is loading properly.

I’m not sure about routing tables (I’m behind a linksys router)

My setup works under winxp 100%

Is there something I’m overlooking? Could someone point me in the right
direction to get this working, dhcp preferably.

Thanks

I’ve fixed it. It turns out there was nothing wrong with my installation.
But NOWHERE in any of the documentation or help files does it say to TURN
OFF “Plug’n’Play OS” in the bios.

I guess we have to figure that one out on our own – as I did.

It should be the first step in any QNX/Linux install.


“Adam Mallory” <amallory@qnx.com> wrote in message
news:a2p6qe$2pq$1@nntp.qnx.com

Post you output from ifconfig en0 (if that is your interface name),
nicinfo,
netstat -an . What happens when you ping your gateway?


Cheers,
Adam

QNX Software Systems Ltd.
[ > amallory@qnx.com > ]

With a PC, I always felt limited by the software available.
On Unix, I am limited only by my knowledge.
–Peter J. Schoenster <> pschon@baste.magibox.net
“JT” <> no.spam.here@rogers.com> > wrote in message
news:a2n3oc$671$> 1@inn.qnx.com> …
I’ve confirmed that my 3C905B is detected and that the driver is loaded
(el900). From what I understand io-net is loading. I’m running a
standard
install of 6.1rtp. I’ve tried just about every combination of setups in
phlip that I can think of (dhcp and manual).

I’m not sure if ttcpip is loading properly.

I’m not sure about routing tables (I’m behind a linksys router)

My setup works under winxp 100%

Is there something I’m overlooking? Could someone point me in the right
direction to get this working, dhcp preferably.

Thanks
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JT <no.spam.here@rogers.com> wrote:
: I’ve fixed it. It turns out there was nothing wrong with my installation.
: But NOWHERE in any of the documentation or help files does it say to TURN
: OFF “Plug’n’Play OS” in the bios.

: I guess we have to figure that one out on our own – as I did.

: It should be the first step in any QNX/Linux install.

We’ll add it to the docs. Thanks for pointing it out.


Steve Reid stever@qnx.com
TechPubs (Technical Publications)
QNX Software Systems

I’ve fixed it. It turns out there was nothing wrong with my installation.
But NOWHERE in any of the documentation or help files does it say to TURN
OFF “Plug’n’Play OS” in the bios.

Your Motherboard’s manual usually says
“Set this to OFF for non-Windows OS”.


kabe