[realtek] RealTek 8201L PHY drivers

Donald Becker becker@scyld.com
Fri Sep 6 10:45:02 2002

On 6 Sep 2002, John Palmieri wrote:

> On Thu, 2002-09-05 at 11:06, Donald Becker wrote:
> > What is the PCI ID?
> Here is what I get from /proc/pci:
> Bus 0 Device 4 Function 0:
> 	Ethernet Controller: Nvidia Unkown Device(Rev 194)
> 	Vendor id=10de Device id=1c3

That's not a standard ID for a known NIC.
It may be a new NIC type from Nvidia (which is well known for not
providing Linux support), or a standard chip with a substitute ID
programmed into the EEPROM.

> 	Fastdevsel. Fast back-to-back capable. Irq 6. Master capable. No
> bursts. Min Gnt=1. Max Lat=20.


> 	Non-prefetchable 32 bit memory at 0xee000000[0xee000000] I/O at
> 0xd800[0xd801]

Try running 'rtl8139-diag -af -p 0xd800'.  It's probably not a Realtek
chip, but I might be able to tell if it's similar to a known NIC.

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