On Mon, Jan 21, 2008 at 11:57:24AM -0300, Sdävtaker wrote:
> Hello.
> Im running FBSD 6.2release.
> I got an old RLT 8139 1/10m working in my ia32 pc, used it for long
> time and wanted to buy a second one for routing, couldnt find one of
> those, and bought a 10/100/1000 rlt8139d, FBSD is not detecting it, i
> was googling  and found out that 8139c+ drivers are not compatible
> with the old drivers.
> Is there any way to make it work?
> Thanks for any help.
> Sdav

The RTL8139D is a 10/100Mbit chip that is supported by the rl(4) driver and
can be found on the majority of really cheap NICs these days,
The RTL8169/8169S is a 10/100/1000Mbit chip that is supported by the re(4) 
driver
and is quite common on cheap gigabit-NICs.
The RTL8139C+ (which is not the same as the RTL8139C or RTL8139D) is a
10/100M chip which is also supported by the re(4) driver.

If FreeBSD cannot detect your NIC then you will have to send more
information to help people figure out what exact hardware you have
and what would be needed to make it work.

The output of 'pciconf -lv' should be a good start.  (Include the full
output, not just the lines you think are important.)






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