Hi everybody, I just bought a used Xircom Credit-Card 10/100 Ethernet (CE3B-100BTX) and I have problems with this card under Linux. Using the card with Windows 98 makes no problems, 10MBit-Lan with Hub, 100Mbit with a cross-over-cable, everything works fine and I think there is no problem with the card itself. I have the following problem:card is recognized under Linux, the right driver is loaded (xirc2ps_cs), IRQ/IO/Memory are OK and there are no conflicts with other hardware, the interface eth0 is set up right, routing is built up, everything looks fine and OK. The Xircom-Cable has 2 LEDs, in 10MBit-Mode one LED is shining green (with 10MBit the notebook is connected to a hub), making a ping to another computer resulting to a short shining of the yellow LED of the card. So, everything is OK as it should be. BUT: the hub never receives anything from the credit-card, even the LED at the hub for the notebook-cable is not shining. I.e. for the hub the notebook is not connected and no signal is coming to the hub. I tried everything: different IRQs, IOs, Memory-settings, nothing helps. Output of the various tools (cardctl, cardmgr, ifconfig) is correct, I can't find any error, even in the system-log no failure is shown. I tried to use a cross-over-cable, same behaviour, card is recognized and initialised,network is built up correctly, ping works, the LED is shining yellow for a short time, but the other computer gets nothing. My configuration: - SuSE 6.4 with Kernel 2.2.14 - pcmcia 3.1.14 Is there anybody making similiar experiences and maybe having a solution ?!?! I have absolutely no idea what the problem is and I am very grateful about every hint. Unfortunately I have no possibility to put the system log today, but maybe somebody have a hint for me. Bye, Ralf.