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Question Ethernet with Xircom CEMII? 

Forum: Xircom PCMCIA Ethernet Adapter Issues
Date: 1999, Dec 10
From: Per von Zweigbergk cannon

Hello.

Anyone here using a Xircom CEM II for ethernet? The modem part works fine. I modified my /etc/pcmcia/config to use the xirc2ps_cs driver. It finds the card correctly, and the right hardware address and everything. Just one small problem: when transmission is attempted, a eth0: transmit timed out is recieved. Any ideas? I'm using the pcmcia support that came with Debian 2.1, and I'm using a 2.0.36 kernel (it's an old machine). Another network card for PCMCIA that I happen to posess, works fine in the same laptop.

Thanks on beforehand :)

Per von Zweigbergk

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1. None I think you are out of luck by David Hinds, 1999, Dec 10
1. More CEM II == CE II ? by Per von Zweigbergk, 1999, Dec 10
(_ None I don't think so by David Hinds, 1999, Dec 10
(_ Sad hm... ce2 != ce II? confused and angry. by Per von Zweigbergk, 1999, Dec 10
(_ None Prospects are dim indeed by David Hinds, 1999, Dec 10
1. None I asked for CEM2 specs anyway by Chris Rasley, 2000, Feb 06
2. Idea What is the position on rev-engineering of the communication? by Stanislav Meduna, 2000, May 06
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2. Feedback Model clarification by David Levin, 1999, Dec 17
1. Question OK, CEM2 uses a proprietary chipset, but are docs available? by Mike Bilow, 2000, Mar 28

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