You may need one of the following PHY patches to detect the link type correctly. Note that this driver has a long standing bug that is is instability of manual half-duplex media selection on certain hardwares auto sensing media type should work for all cases, though. The driver seems slow but “stable” when it is not being pushed my ssh shell is lagging ; and it seems to lock up within 10 secs tried 3 times when I try to perform a ftp transfer to the machine. So is there anything else I can do to help nailing this one? This was dramatically improved by Pyun YongHyeon in terms of performance, stability, and so on.
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Added hardware VLAN tagging support. Would you give it spin? First file went really well, transfer finished reporting a transfer speed of 7. Hi, Pyun YongHyeon wrote: So I also appreciate you taking your time to give this a shot. Added support freensd hardware checksum offloading capability. On Wed, Jan 16, at The ftp transfer stops, I’m unable to ping from the server and browsing the web from the machine also does not work.
Thanks to Pyun YongHyeon.
freebsd-current – Problem with nfe stability and throughput
These updates were made by Pyun YongHyeon. How about using media type ‘auto’? This was dramatically improved by Pyun YongHyeon in terms of performance, stability, and so on. In reply to this post by Chris Poulsen. It now correctly handles missing PHY issues on nForce Free forum by Nabble. You have to check chip name and model number of PHY used on your motherboard and then apply the corresponding patch into kernel source code.
On Thu, Dec 27, at Thanks a lot to Pyun YongHyeon. On Sun, Dec 23, at And it does not panic system anymore when it failed to detect PHYs.
These updates were made by Pyun YongHyeon yongari at freebsd dot org. So is there anything else I can do to help nailing this one?
Things came up just fine. This was made by Michael Eisele. I guess ukphy 4 is not right phy driver for the hardware as it could result in non-working driver.
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Frerbsd driver seems slow but “stable” when it is not freevsd pushed my ssh shell is lagging ; and it seems to lock up within 10 secs tried 3 times when I try to perform a ftp transfer to the machine. It came up nicely with the following entries in dmesg: Is there any reason not using auto media type? Don’t worry about that. I also have no PHY hardware information so the model name in the driver may not reflect real name.
Downloads to the box are both slow and unstable. So I decided to beat it up with a torrent download: What would be the next step for me to try in order to resolve this?
My network config is giving me problems. Search everywhere only in this topic Advanced Search Problem with nfe stability and throughput.