Latest release of BCM5700 driver for PE2650
m.watts at eris.qinetiq.com
Tue Aug 5 08:24:01 CDT 2003
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I use the tg3 drivers with the plain linux bonding driver, and it works fine.
Is there something the bcm5700 driver can do that tg3 + bonding.o cant do?
> >Try the "tigoon" driver. It's a module named tg3 (tg3.o)
> Well no it's not possible for us to use this driver as it doesn't even
> support load balancing, fault tolerance (redundant links) and such nice
> features like the bcm5700 with it's basp module does. Hopefully this will
> change soon !
> >-----Original Message-----
> From: syn uw [mailto:syn_uw at hotmail.com]
> >Sent: Monday, August 04, 2003 5:10 PM
> >To: linux-poweredge at dell.com
> >Subject: Latest release of BCM5700 driver for PE2650
> >I have a Dell PowerEdge 2650 with integrated Broadcom Gigabit NetXtreme
> >(BCM5700) and would like to know where I can find the latest version of
> > the BCM5700 drivers ?
> >I am asking this because it is still not part of the Linux kernel (as of
> >2.4.21) I think and I just wanted to make sure I am using the latest.
> >Currently I am using the drivers which I compiled from the
> >bcm5700-4.0.2.tar.gz package file.
> >Pablo Barroso Cubillas
> >Mr Gandhi, what do you think of Western Civilization?
> >- "I think it would be a good idea."
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