Adding a second ISA network card...
greid at FreeBSD.org
Thu Aug 29 23:21:32 BST 2002
On Thu, Aug 29, 2002 at 10:12:02PM +0100, Andrew Hodgson wrote:
> I am trying to turn an old 486 (DX2-66, 64M RAM) into a little protector on
> my new broadband line, but the second card I've fitted isn't detected at
> boot. They're both ISA-based Intel Etherexpress Pro 10 cards, the first of
> which is detected fine. They both use the ex driver, and I had previously
> rebuilt the kernel to include just this network driver, along with all the
> requisite firewall/routing options.
[I'm not familiar with the cards, nor do I have time to UTSL]
I have a similar setup with two ed(4) ISA cards, both plug & pray. The
easiest solution is to use the manufacturer's DOS utility to set the
card's parameters (I/O address, IRQ etc) manually and then put these in
your kernel config file for each card.
George C A Reid Tel: (08701) 200870 Ext. 26654
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