> I read the net-Howto about supported ethernet cards, and
> the D-Link DFE-530TX is supported....But what is the good drivers for
> this card...????
If it's the original version of this card, it's based on a VIA-Rhine
chipset, and you use the via-rhine.o module.
If however, it's a newer version (it may have "rev B1" on the board), it
uses the VIA-Rhine II chipset, which requires a newer version of the
via-rhine.o module (1.07 or later). However, we've had problems with the
newer driver (1.08) as soon as we started pushing out a decent amount of
data - the card would lock up and not work again until the module was
unloaded then loaded again. This driver can be found (in source code
form) from http://www.scyld.com/ under the Linux network drivers link if
you need to try it.
Must get around to reporting this problem to Don Becker
-- Nic Bellamy <nic at asterisk dot co dot nz>
IT Consultant, Asterisk Limited - http://www.asterisk.co.nz/