devn-klsi.so

Driver for Kawasaki-based USB Ethernet adapters

Syntax:

io-net -d klsi [option[,option ...]] ...

Runs on:

Neutrino

Options:


Note: Use commas (,) to separate the options (not spaces).

connector=0|1|2|3
Network cable connector type.
0
BNC
1
UTP
2
AUI
3
FIBER
iftype=num
Interface type (from <net/if_types.h>). The default is IFT_ETHER.
iorange=0xXXXXXXXX
The IO base address.
lan=num
The LAN number.
mac=XXXXXXXXXXXX
The MAC address of the controller.
media=num
Media type (from <hw/nicinfo.h>). The default is NIC_MEDIA_802_3
mru=num
Maximum receive unit. The default is 1514.
mtu=num
Maximum transmission unit. The default is 1514.
nomulticast
Disable multicast support.
path
Set the device name. The default is /dev/usbenet0.
priority=N
Priority of the driver event thread. The default is 21.
promiscuous
Enable promiscuous mode.
uptype=name
Interface name. The default is "en".
verbose
verbose=N
Be verbose. Specify num for more verbosity (num can be 1-4, the higher the number, the more detailed the output). The default is 0. The output goes to slogger, invoke sloginfo to view.
wait=sec
Wait sec seconds for the USB stack. The default wait time is 60 seconds.

Description:

The devn-klsi.so driver controls Kawasaki-based USB Ethernet adapters.

Examples:

Start io-net using the Kawasaki LSI Ethernet adapter driver and the full TCP/IP stack:

io-net -dklsi -p tcpip
ifconfig en0 10.184

Files:

/dev/io-net
The directory where, by default, drivers and protocol modules add entries. For more information, the documentation for io-net.

Caveats:

Start the USB stack before using this driver (see devu-ohci.so or devu-uhci.so).

See also:

io-net

devu-uhci.so

devu-ohci.so

"Network drivers (devn-*)" and "Network protocol interfaces (npm-*)" in the Utilities Summary