This is a discussion on Re: Best Network Interface Card for GEOS - GEOS ; Hi Bent, To me it seems that you have a problem with the network interface card, it is something wrong with your driver AND/OR PCI hardware. Have you tried this NIC in OS/2 or Windows? Does it work correctly, there? ...
To me it seems that you have a problem with the network interface card,
it is something wrong with your driver AND/OR PCI hardware.
Have you tried this NIC in OS/2 or Windows? Does it work correctly, there?
Maybe something is wrong with the ODI driver or the ODI hardware support
Bent Nielsen wrote:
> >>If not, edit NET.CFG this way, and try again:
> >>;PROTOCOL ODINSUP
> >>; BIND PCIODI
> >>; NO BUFFERED
> >>LINK DRIVER PCIODI
> >> FRAME ETHERNET_II
> >>; FRAME ETHERNET_802.2
> >>; FRAME ETHERNET_802.3
> >>; FRAME ETHERNET_SNAP
> >> PROTOCOL IP 800 ETHERNET_II
> >> PROTOCOL ARP 806 ETHERNET_II
> Bad to but if I use a other ISA card when it a 8019chips them it run,
> but the PCI 8029chips then it = bad.
> Found Card 0: EtherID=C026CAB82D,IO=300,IRQ=A on 16-bit slot.
> Driver is attached to card 0. It is configurated as:
> IRQ 10, Port 300, Node Address C026CAB82D L
> Max Frame 1514 bytes, Line Speed 10 Mbps, Bus ID 0
> Board 1, Frame ETHERNET_II, LSB Mode
> 654336 bytes total memory
> 654336 bytes available for DOS
> 633696 largest executable program size
> 2473984 bytes total EMS memory
> 2097152 bytes free EMS memory
> 2031616 bytes total XMS memory
> 2031616 bytes available XMS memory
> 0 bytes available contiguous extended memory
> DOS resident in High Memory Area
> High Memory Area in use