It’s because you are using the tiny tcp/ip stack. You can either use the
regular stack (tcpip instead of ttcpip) or set the ip address on the command
io-net -dsmc9000 ioport=0x30000300,irq=42 -pttcpip if=en0:192.168.0.100
Then you can do “cat /proc/ipstats” to see stack info.
“nosign” <email@example.com> wrote in message
I did use
io-net -dsmc9000 ioport=0x30000300, irq=42 -p ttcpip
and got en0
but when i use
ifconfig en0 192.168.0.100
ifconfig: SIOCGIFMETRIC en0: Operation not supported
ifconfig: SIOCDIFADDR: Operation not supported
any idea about this?
“Jay Greig” <> firstname.lastname@example.org> > wrote in message
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It depends on what your target board is. For example, on the
BigSur-Amanda, you would start the driver as:
io-net -dsmc9000 ioport=0x11fe0000,irq=0x2 -pttcpip if=en0:192.168.2.5
and on the Intel PXA250TMDP, you would start it as:
io-net -dsmc9000 ioport=0x14000300,irq=129,variant=pxa250tmdp -ptcpip
Your dev board should have come with some documetation that will have
information in it.
io-net -d smc9000 -p ttcpip
and I got the following error message
devn-smc9000: must spcify an I/O port
unable to init dll devn-smc9000: No such device
My development board has a SMSC LAN91C96.
Do I use the wrong driver or give io-net the wrong options,
does anyone know what’s the I/O port?