Linksys Network Card

I just installed the QNX RTP 6.1 on my computer. Everything works great
except my network card. It appears to have been detected, in Phlip, there is
an entry for “en0”, and the commands suggested in the troubleshooting
documentation turned up the expected results (io-net is running, I’m not
very familiar with what I should be seeing, but it looks similar to the
examples in the documentation), but the card isn’t communicating with
anything outside. The card works under Windows (I installed QNX into my W98
filesystem), but under the RTP it may as well be unplugged. I have tried
both DHCP and manually assigning an IP number, but neither works (my LAN
supports both). The card is a Linksys NC100 v.2.1, and I am using a Linksys
BEFSR41 Router / Switch. Any ideas?

I believe that there are some hints around about this –
sometimes it’s trying to use the wrong interrupt.

I

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Thanks for the suggestion… I checked it in Windoze, though, and it’s using
IRQ 11 in both systems.

Is there a way to check / set the memory range and I/O range in QNX? I’m
sure there is, but I’ve used DOS and Windoze for ever, and my only
experience with Unix-family systems is at school (where I can’t really play
around – they frown on that at the college).

Thank you!
Eddie

Clarence Wilkerson <wilker@math.purdue.edu> wrote in message
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I believe that there are some hints around about this –
sometimes it’s trying to use the wrong interrupt.

I

Clarence Wilkerson \ HomePage: > http://www.math.purdue.edu/~wilker
Prof. of Math. \ Internet: > wilker@math.purdue.edu
Dept. of Mathematics \ Messages: (765) 494-1903, FAX 494-0548
Purdue University,
W. Lafayette, IN 47907-1395 \

Sorry, I’ve tried to find the reference to this type of problem
(I have a similar problem with a DLink card) on the QNX web
pages, but I’ve lost the URL.


Clarence Wilkerson \ HomePage: http://www.math.purdue.edu/~wilker
Prof. of Math. \ Internet: wilker@math.purdue.edu
Dept. of Mathematics \ Messages: (765) 494-1903, FAX 494-0548
Purdue University,
W. Lafayette, IN 47907-1395 \