Any suggestions on how to do this without DHCP?  That's really not
an option for me.  Can I delay the rc.conf processing somehow
so that the adaptor has more time to get online?


Michael Clark
Nemschoff Chairs Inc
mclark at nemschoff dot com
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-----Original Message-----
From: Kenneth Culver [mailto:[EMAIL PROTECTED]
Sent: Monday, June 28, 2004 3:39 PM
To: Michael Clark
Cc: [EMAIL PROTECTED]
Subject: Re: em0 Intel Gigabit card, rc.conf processing on boot


Quoting Michael Clark <[EMAIL PROTECTED]>:

> I have 2 fxp Intel 100mb cards in this machine that work fine.  I have ran
> it with 3 fxp
> cards in the past.  I added an em0, Intel gigabit this morning.  The card
> displays a
> non active status during the boot process.  RC.conf is processed and the
> card
> does not get an ip address, while the fxp cards do.  Later in the boot
> process
> in bright white letters it shows the card status has changed to active.  I
> believe my
> problems getting rc.conf to assign the IP address are related to this.
Any
> suggestions
> would be appreciated.
>
> 5.2-p2 (feb)
>
I have also noticed that this card takes a while to become active... but
I've
been able to get an IP using dhcp anyway... it just takes a bit longer 
than for
the 100Mbit/sec cards.

Ken


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