Xircom CEM33

Xircom CEM33

Post by Fabr » Wed, 09 May 2001 05:36:00



Hi to all,
I have the pcmcia card in subject on my notebook, I can't use the nic part
with FreeBSD 4.0, someone can help me?
Many thanks
Fabrizio

this is the dumpcis output:

Code 136 not found
Code 136 not found
code Unknown ignored
Configuration data for card in slot 0
Tuple #1, code = 0x1 (Common memory descriptor), length = 2
000: 00 ff
Common memory device information:
Device number 1, type No device, WPS = OFF
Speed = No speed, Memory block size = reserved, 32 units
Tuple #2, code = 0x17 (Attribute memory descriptor), length = 2
000: 00 ff
Attribute memory device information:
Device number 1, type No device, WPS = OFF
Speed = No speed, Memory block size = reserved, 32 units
Tuple #3, code = 0x15 (Version 1 info), length = 52
000: 05 00 58 69 72 63 6f 6d 00 43 72 65 64 69 74 43
010: 61 72 64 20 45 74 68 65 72 6e 65 74 2b 4d 6f 64
020: 65 6d 20 33 33 2e 36 00 43 45 4d 33 33 00 31 2e
030: 30 30 00 ff
Version = 5.0, Manuf = [Xircom], card vers = [CreditCard Ethernet+Modem
33.6]
Addit. info = [CEM33],[1.00]
Tuple #4, code = 0x0 (Null tuple), length = 8
000: 21 ee c4 00 00 00 00 00
Tuple #5, code = 0x20 (Manufacturer ID), length = 5
000: 05 01 0c 11 44
PCMCIA ID = 0x105, OEM ID = 0x110c
Tuple #6, code = 0x44 (Card init date), length = 4
000: c0 42 cf 22
Tuple #7, code = 0x1a (Configuration map), length = 5
000: 01 03 00 08 03
Reg len = 2, config register addr = 0x800, last config = 0x3
Registers: XX------
Tuple #8, code = 0x1b (Configuration entry), length = 22
000: c1 c1 bd 0f 55 4d 5d 46 e0 17 17 ea 60 f8 03 07
010: 70 bc 8e 20 00 20
Config index = 0x1(default)
Interface byte = 0xc1 (I/O) +RDY/-BSY active, wait signal supported
Vcc pwr:
Nominal operating supply voltage: 5 x 1V
Minimum operating supply voltage: 4.5 x 1V
Maximum operating supply voltage: 5.5 x 1V
Continuous supply current: 4 x 100mA
Wait scale Speed = 1.2 x 10 ms
RDY/BSY scale Speed = 1.2 x 10 ms
Card decodes 10 address lines, full 8/16 Bit I/O
I/O address # 1: block start = 0x3f8 block length = 0x8
IRQ modes: Level, Pulse
IRQs: 2 3 4 5 7 9 10 11 15
Memory space length = 0x20
Max twin cards = 0
Misc attr: (Power down supported)
Tuple #9, code = 0x1b (Configuration entry), length = 7
000: 02 08 ea 60 f8 02 07
Config index = 0x2
Card decodes 10 address lines, full 8/16 Bit I/O
I/O address # 1: block start = 0x2f8 block length = 0x8
Tuple #10, code = 0x1b (Configuration entry), length = 7
000: 23 08 ea 60 e8 03 07
Config index = 0x23
Card decodes 10 address lines, full 8/16 Bit I/O
I/O address # 1: block start = 0x3e8 block length = 0x8
Tuple #11, code = 0x1b (Configuration entry), length = 7
000: 24 08 ea 60 e8 02 07
Config index = 0x24
Card decodes 10 address lines, full 8/16 Bit I/O
I/O address # 1: block start = 0x2e8 block length = 0x8
Tuple #12, code = 0x21 (Functional ID), length = 2
000: 02 00
Serial port/modem
Tuple #13, code = 0x22 (Functional EXT), length = 4
000: 00 01 0f 7c
Serial interface extension:
16450 UART, Parity - Space,Mark,Odd,Even
Data bit - 7bit,8bit, Stop bit - 1bit,1.5bit,2bit
Tuple #14, code = 0x22 (Functional EXT), length = 9
000: 01 1f 3f 00 10 00 00 10 00
Modem interface capabilities:
Tuple #15, code = 0x22 (Functional EXT), length = 12
000: 02 00 06 3e 1f 03 03 08 03 00 00 b5
Data modem services available:
Tuple #16, code = 0x22 (Functional EXT), length = 8
000: 05 00 06 0f 00 02 00 b5
Data modem interface capabilities:
Wrong length for serial extension tuple
Tuple #17, code = 0x22 (Functional EXT), length = 8
000: 04 00 06 0f 00 02 00 b5
Tuple #18, code = 0x21 (Functional ID), length = 2
000: 06 00
Network/LAN adapter
Tuple #19, code = 0x22 (Functional EXT), length = 8
000: 04 06 00 80 c7 21 ee c4
Network node ID: 00 80 c7 21 ee c4
Tuple #20, code = 0x22 (Functional EXT), length = 2
000: 01 02
Network technology: Ethernet
Tuple #21, code = 0x22 (Functional EXT), length = 5
000: 02 80 96 98 00
Network speed: 10 Mb/sec
Tuple #22, code = 0x22 (Functional EXT), length = 2
000: 03 01
Network media: UTP
Tuple #23, code = 0x22 (Functional EXT), length = 2
000: 03 03
Network media: Thin coax
Tuple #24, code = 0x22 (Functional EXT), length = 2
000: 05 00
Network connector: open connector standard
Tuple #25, code = 0xff (Terminator), length = 0
2 slots found

 
 
 

Xircom CEM33

Post by Pau » Wed, 09 May 2001 04:43:56




Quote:> I have the pcmcia card in subject on my notebook, I can't use the nic
> part with FreeBSD 4.0, someone can help me?

Looks like a Xircom CE-2 with modem. There is a problem with the CE-2's
that I ran into as well. Not all the versions seem to want to work under
Unix. This is with both FreeBSD and various Linux flavors. I finally gave
up, went to ebay and bought a used 3com PCMCIA nic for about $15. Plugged
it in and it worked right away. Now only if I can get it to be activated
before sshd et al start. :-)

Take care

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