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Re: Question DFE-650 not always Linux-compatible? (Anthony Jameson)
Date: 2000, Feb 25
From: Jochen Friedrich jochen1

Hi Anthony,

please try the program i posted in my last message (NetGear FA410TXC Setup). From looking at the vendor code in the ethernet address, it looks like both cards are from the same vendor (or the NetGear card looks like a re-labled DFE-650).

-- Jochen

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Re: Idea Try This (Jochen Friedrich)
Date: 2000, Feb 26
From: Anthony Jameson AJameson

Hi Jochen,

Thanks for the tip, which looks promising.

I'm no longer in a position to try it out, since I
had to exchange my D-Link DFE-650TX for a working
card (incidentally, an AnyCom ECO Ethernet 10/100,
which worked right out of the box).

But the idea should be useful for anyone who is
struggling with one of the newer DFE-650TX
cards. In particular, it suggests that these newer
D-Link cards are not identical to the older
ones. (One of our older ones had a hw_addr of
00:80:C8:42:95:E9; the addresses of your FA410TXC
card and my newer DFE-650TX both start with
00:E0:98:77.)

In addition to the hardware addresses, your error
messages certainly look similar to mine.

            Anthony Jameson

1. Feedback tried and it works by Ingo Ciechowski, 2000, Feb 26
(_ Question Where to add fa_select in the startup process by Juergen Lindemeyer, 2000, Jul 31
(_ None There is a better way now by David Hinds, 2000, Jul 31
(_ Ok Success at last ... by Juergen Lindemeyer, 2000, Aug 02

Question bad performance with Jochen's patch and DFE-650

Re: Idea Try This (Jochen Friedrich)
Date: 2000, Feb 26
From: Ingo Ciechowski inki

Although I'm really glad that Jochen's tool works pretty well to enable that D-Link card I had to find out that the card only performs as if it was a 10Mbit card, i.e. 10% of the performance under Windows98.

The LEDs at hub and cardadapter indicate the selected transmission protocol.

Any idea out there what I could do to get it faster?

Ingo

1. None Performance should be equally bad under Windows by David Hinds, 2000, Feb 27
(_ Feedback correct: Windows: 8.28MBit/s - Linux: 0.94MBit/s :- by Ingo Ciechowski, 2000, Feb 27
1. Note Same here by Jochen Friedrich, 2000, Feb 27
2. None Well, that is indeed pretty bad by David Hinds, 2000, Feb 28
1. Feedback just called DLink ;-) by hvx@cryptnet.de, 2000, Aug 02
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3. News New version by Jochen Friedrich, 2000, Mar 01
1. Note Performance by Bernd Mathiszik, 2000, Mar 07
4. Feedback can't try it any more :- by Ingo Ciechowski, 2000, Mar 01
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