On May 23, 2007, at 4:25 PM, RW wrote:
Well, there are plenty there on my sis0 interface (internal).
[EMAIL PROTECTED] ~]$ netstat -i
Name Mtu Network Address Ipkts Ierrs Opkts
sis0 1500 <Link#1> 00:0a:e6:4a:56:c2 37989565 3980 36808783
sis0 1500 192.168.1 kanga 12380344 -
What are collisions in this context?
Traditional ethernet collisions aren't possible on modern hardware,
since there's never more than one output writing to each twisted-pair.
Even though all modern NICs will happily do full-duplex operation
when connected via a switch, people still use hubs rather than
switches, sometimes.... :-) You can still get ethernet collisions
on a hub.
netstat -i on my desktop PC shows collisions on the ppp tun0
interface. I haven't a clue what that means.
I admit that this one is a bit puzzling to me, too.
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