devn-ne2000-403.so

Driver for NE-2000 403 eval board Ethernet adapters

Syntax:

io-net -d ne2000-403 [option[,option ...]] ...

Runs on:

Neutrino

Options:


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

connector=type
Network cable connector type:
0
BNC
1
UTP
2
AUI
3
FIBER

The default is automatically detected on supported hardware.

did=devid
Device ID. The default is automatically detected on supported hardware.
duplex=dup
Half (0) or full (1) duplex mode. The default is automatically detected on supported hardware. If you specify duplex, specify speed as well; if duplex alone is specified, it is ignored and both speed and duplex are auto-negotiated.
ioport=port
I/O port of the interface. This must be 0xF4000000.
irq=req
IRQ of the interface. This must be 27.
mac=XXXXXXXXXXXX
MAC address of the controller. The default is automatically detected on supported hardware.
mtu=X
Maximum transmission unit. The default is automatically detected on supported hardware.
pci=0xXXXX
PCI index of the controller. The default is automatically detected on supported hardware.
speed=10|100
Media data rate (10Mbit or 100Mbit operation). The default is automatically detected on supported hardware. If you specify speed, specify duplex as well; if speed alone is specified, the specified speed will be correctly set, but duplex will default to half (0).
verbose
verbose=num
Be verbose. Specify num for more verbosity (num can be 1-4, the higher the number, the more detailed the output). The output goes to slogger, invoke sloginfo to view.
vid=0xXXXX
Vendor ID of the controller. The default is automatically detected on supported hardware.
width=X
I/O access width (8 or 16 bits). The default is automatically detected on supported hardware.

Description:

The devn-ne2000-403.so driver controls NE-2000 403 eval board Ethernet adapters.

Examples:

Start io-net using the NE-2000 driver and the full TCP/IP stack:

io-net -d ne2000-403 ioport=0xf4000000,irq=27 -p tcpip

Files:

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

See also:

io-net

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