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Re: Problem in installation
from your good description of the problem it seems to me that we had a
related problem here once when connecting two machines back-to-back.
The problem is that the driver makes some incorrect assumptions about the
new VCI number being allocated.
Uwe Dannowski fixed this in a preliminary alpha 0.3 release which is not
contained on the official website yet. I'd suggest to ask him,
(email@example.com ; Guido Vattrodt (firstname.lastname@example.org
since he encountered the same problem I think). You can also do it yourself,
see the ENI driver for a VCI good allocation strategy.
Anthony T C Tam wrote:
> Hi all,
> I am trying to install an ATM interface to two linux boxes and connecting
> them in back-to-back. Because I am a newbie to both Linux and ATM, so I
> tried to use the simplest method during the installation. The ATM adapter
> cards we are using is the FORE PCA200E, so I have to follow the
> step-by-step page that created by Chris Leech at CWRU with minor modification.
> 1. The original OS version of my machines are 2.0.30 of Redhat-4.2 package,
> but I replaced it with 2.0.29.
> 2. I am installing the Linux-ATM ver. 0.31 and PCA200E driver of ver. 0.2
> together with the firmware image download from pca200e-driver site.
> 3. During the setup, I have enabled both classical IP and LANE only.
> 4. Everything looks fine during the compilation and reboot.
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