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Forum: Xircom PCMCIA Ethernet Adapter Issues
Re: Question Problems with cs-3.1.4 and Kernel 2.2.13 (Stefan Kapfhammer)
Date: 1999, Nov 18
From: Philippe Henry henry

I use SuSE 6.2 with kernel-2.2.13 and pcmcia-3.1.4. I had to disable automatic setting of irq at boot time for ttyS* ports, typing the command "chmod a-x /sbin/setserial", then reboot.

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Question RBEM56G eth0 timed out when used with ISDN modem (ipmasq)

Re: Ok ttys* init (Philippe Henry)
Date: 1999, Nov 18
From: Jean-Pierre Hermand jph

Tecra8000/kernel 2.2.13/pcmcia 3.1.2

Any idea why eth0 timed out (TX hung) when using SIMULTANEOUSLY 10 Mbit ethernet and modem-emulated ISDN with a ipmasq (ipchains) setup?

Problems also occur with extensive pinging home lan meanwhile connected to ISP via PPP.

the Xircom RBEM56G is assigned irq 10.

I saw a few messages in the old forums about eth0 timed out but nobody ever replied to these messages.

None The card is dropping interrupts

Re: Question RBEM56G eth0 timed out when used with ISDN modem (ipmasq) (Jean-Pierre Hermand)
Date: 1999, Nov 20
From: David Hinds <dhinds@pcmcia.sourceforge.org>

It sounds like an interrupt sharing problem; ensuring that interrupts
are not lost when both card functions are in simultaneous use can be
tricky.  This driver doesn't do anything special in this situation.
I'm not sure if/when it can be fixed.

-- Dave

Question Checking dropped interrupts

Re: None The card is dropping interrupts (David Hinds)
Date: 1999, Nov 20
From: Stefan Kapfhammer StefanKapfhammer

Hi Dave,

I can work with ISDN and Networking at 100-MBit/s simultanous. Are there any tools under Linux where I can check interrupt-problems in realtime while doing both ISDN and Networking? I am not familiar in the C programming language, so I cannot help developing but I can help in testing new releases of pcmcia-cs and kernels in cooperation with the RBEM56-10/100BTX card.

B.T.W. Have you descriptions for the AT command-set with the RICK ISDN Kit, I could not find them in the bypacked book or do you know where to get them?

Thanks in advance

Regards,

Stefan

Feedback Partial success

Re: Ok ttys* init (Philippe Henry)
Date: 1999, Nov 19
From: Stefan Kapfhammer StefanKapfhammer

I executed the command as of Message 12/1 and had a partial success. While the card is inserted during boot it is not properly set up. After a short removal and insertion of the card it works fine.

ttys* init


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