I’ve met some troubles using TCP/IP with 2 Net.* cards also.
See “Net+Socket enumaration bug” subj in this newsgroup.
on clean (no Net & Socket running, net cables disconnected) system manually
Run first ‘Net.XXXdriver -l1’ and ‘netmap’ to inspect it’s MAC adress
Run second ‘Net.XXXdriver -l2’ and ‘netmap’ to inspect it’s MAC adress
add ‘netmap -m’ entry for some QNX4 PC.
Test QNX4 net. OK?
ifconfig en1 …
connect the net cable and ping neighbour PC. OK?
ifconfig en2 …
connect next net cable and ping neighbour PC. OK?
With ‘arp -a’, ‘netstat -i’ you may check MAC addresses for en1 and en2.
They both must correspond to the ‘netmap’ output.
Carlos Clarke <firstname.lastname@example.org> wrote in message
I’m trying to run 2 drivers under Qnx4.
I using a 3COM 509 on en1 and a Realtek controller on en2.
I can run either controller separately on en1. When I try to
ifconfig the Realtek controller on en2 I get “ifconfig: ioctl
SIOCGIFFLAGS): no such interface”.
I’ve started Net.rtl with the -l 2 flag so I was expecting to be
able use en2.
I turned on the verbose option to Net. After each driver loads
I get “Net: Runtime Error 0056”. Then after Net.rtl runs I also
start getting “Net: Runtime Error 0037”.
Can someone tell me what these runtime errors are and
what I might be doing wrong?