[CentOS] Lan Kernel Problem
linuxman.uru at gmail.com
Tue Oct 23 22:22:36 UTC 2007
Well, with lspci, the two NIC's are Realtek Semiconductor Co., Ltd.
RTL-28139/8139C/8139C+ (rev 10) and ADMtek NC100 Network Everywhere
Fast Ethernet 10/100 (rev 11), how can I know the kernel modules
2007/10/23, Alain Spineux <aspineux at gmail.com>:
> Look in your fedora fc1 or knoppix witch module was loaded for your two nic.
> Then try a
> # modprobe <your_module_name_here>
> # dmesg
> to look if both nics where recognized.
> If so you have to update your modprobe.conf
> On 10/22/07, Linux Man <linuxman.uru at gmail.com> wrote:
> > I'm building a Linux box to act as Proxy/Router/Firewall.
> > I'm using CentOS 4.5, with an "old" motherboard (Asus A8V-X), and two
> > Ethernet NIC, based on a realtek chip, that's widely supported under
> > 2.4 and later kernel (the cards were functioning excellent in another
> > PC whit Fedora Core 1).
> > CentOS detects the on board LAN, but not the other two, in fact,
> > knoppix 5.0.1 doesn't detect too (kernel 2.6.17), but, Knoppix 5.1.1
> > (kernel 2.6.19) detects all three cards.
> > Do you have any idea why this behavior?
> > Centos 5.0 detects all three too, but I don't now why, my firewall
> > script (ipv4) doesn't work with this release.
> > Now, thank you very much!
> > Best Regards.
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