with the 3com cards come a program (3c5x9cfg.exe if I remember) that is used
to assign each card io and irq. They must be different from each other or it
It runs under dos (boot from a dos boot disk) and can be downloaded from
3com if you lost the disk.
Quote:> Dear World,
> Linux newbie here. I am trying to set up an old 486 running Redhat 6.1,
> kernel 2.12-20 with two ethernet cards (3c509b and 3c509 TPO). I intend to
> use it as a router/NAT in my LAN (just for fun)
> With linuxconf, I configure eth0 and eth1 with different IP addresses
> Bootup messages indicate that both eth1 and eth0 are initialized
> confirms this. both have different hardware addresses). However, after
> logging in, ifconfig -a says that only eth0 is UP. I confirm this by ping
> and telnet to remote servers.
> ifconfig tells me that both eth have different hardware address, but the
> same address (0x300) and IRQ (10) [perhaps this is the problem? If so, how
> to change this?]
> Any ideas?