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Forum: PCMCIA Network Adapter Issues
Date: 2000, Apr 22
From: digithi

Hi, I've bought a Fiberline PCM-FE1500 16Bit PCMCIA Fast Ethernet Card; I have pcmcia_cs 3.1.14 and kernel 2.2.14, The module pcnet_cs loads correctly: "eth0: NE2000 Compatible: io 0x300, irq 4, hw_addr 00:E0:...."

my Problem: The performance of this card under linux is really low: I reach 300kb/s in a switched 100MBit network und only 60kb/s in a 10MBit network ! The cable is ok and ifconfig doesn't show any problems or errors. With windows, I reach in a 10Mbit and 100MBit network 700kb/s.

can anyone help me with my problem ?

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1. None No error messages? Then I'm not sure. by David Hinds, 2000, Apr 24
(_ Ok possible Half/Fullduplex problem by thimo.e@digithi.han.de, 2000, Apr 25

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