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2 NICs problem in SCO Open Server 5.0.5

Hi,

I had a SCO box with 1 card ( 3COM 905B ) installed with IP 10.0.1.30/24 and
everything was OK. I installed second card ( the same type - 3COM 905B) and
configured IP as 192.168.1.1/24. After kernel relink and boot I can not ping
any machine in 192.168.1.0/24 network. I checked all physical connections,
routing, etc. Strange thing is that I noticed, that both network interfaces
have the same MAC address. If I run ifconfig -a, I see:

 net1: flags=4043<UP,BROADCAST,RUNNING,MULTICAST> mtu 1500
        inet 10.0.1.30 netmask ffffff00 broadcast 10.0.1.255
        perf. params: recv size: 24576; send size: 24576; full-size frames:
1
        ether 00:50:04:07:93:d6

 net0: flags=4043<UP,BROADCAST,RUNNING,MULTICAST> mtu 1500
        inet 192.168.1.1 netmask ffffff00 broadcast 192.168.1.255
        perf. params: recv size: 24576; send size: 24576; full-size frames:
1
        ether 00:50:04:07:93:d6

What did I do wrong? Have you ever seen and solved this problem?
Thanks for any advice.

Wojtek.



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Wojtek Korg�l wrote:

> Hi,
> 
> I had a SCO box with 1 card ( 3COM 905B ) installed with IP 10.0.1.30/24 and
> everything was OK. I installed second card ( the same type - 3COM 905B) and
> configured IP as 192.168.1.1/24. After kernel relink and boot I can not ping
> any machine in 192.168.1.0/24 network. I checked all physical connections,
> routing, etc. Strange thing is that I noticed, that both network interfaces
> have the same MAC address. If I run ifconfig -a, I see:
> 
>  net1: flags=4043<UP,BROADCAST,RUNNING,MULTICAST> mtu 1500
>         inet 10.0.1.30 netmask ffffff00 broadcast 10.0.1.255
>         perf. params: recv size: 24576; send size: 24576; full-size frames:
> 1
>         ether 00:50:04:07:93:d6
> 
>  net0: flags=4043<UP,BROADCAST,RUNNING,MULTICAST> mtu 1500
>         inet 192.168.1.1 netmask ffffff00 broadcast 192.168.1.255
>         perf. params: recv size: 24576; send size: 24576; full-size frames:
> 1
>         ether 00:50:04:07:93:d6
> 
> What did I do wrong? 

What exactly did you type in when configuring the NICs?

> Have you ever seen and solved this problem?

No, so consider this as moral support only.

> Thanks for any advice.

I'd suspect that the OSR5 drivers are confused and are seeing the same 
card twice.

I'd do one or all of ...

1) Boot a knoppix CD and see what *it* thinks the MAC addresses are of 
the cards.

2) Peek inside the box and read the Mac addresses off the labels on the NIC

3) Use (bootable?) NIC-diagnostics diskette provided by 3COM

4) Uninstall both cards (in OSR5 not physically) and reinstall, paying 
careful attention to any shared resources like IRQs.

YMMV

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scobloke2 (557)
12/3/2003 12:22:26 PM
Wojtek Korg?l enscribed:
| 
| I had a SCO box with 1 card ( 3COM 905B ) installed with IP 10.0.1.30/24 and
| everything was OK. I installed second card ( the same type - 3COM 905B) and
| configured IP as 192.168.1.1/24. After kernel relink and boot I can not ping
| any machine in 192.168.1.0/24 network. I checked all physical connections,
| routing, etc. Strange thing is that I noticed, that both network interfaces
| have the same MAC address. If I run ifconfig -a, I see:
| 
|  net1: flags=4043<UP,BROADCAST,RUNNING,MULTICAST> mtu 1500
|         inet 10.0.1.30 netmask ffffff00 broadcast 10.0.1.255
|         perf. params: recv size: 24576; send size: 24576; full-size frames:
| 1
|         ether 00:50:04:07:93:d6
| 
|  net0: flags=4043<UP,BROADCAST,RUNNING,MULTICAST> mtu 1500
|         inet 192.168.1.1 netmask ffffff00 broadcast 192.168.1.255
|         perf. params: recv size: 24576; send size: 24576; full-size frames:
| 1
|         ether 00:50:04:07:93:d6
| 
| What did I do wrong? Have you ever seen and solved this problem?
| Thanks for any advice.

You don't need various 3rd party tools as someone suggested, a good start
would be to run basic system information tools.

For a quick check:
# hwconfig           Do both cards show the same addresses?

  2 - 905B's on 5.0.5 would probably display as:
  
  name=e3H base=0xD800 offset=0x7F vec=11 dma=- 3Com 3C90x, unit=0
  name=e3H base=0xE000 offset=0x7F vec=9 dma=- 3Com 3C90x, unit=1

For a detailed check:
# hw -mr pci   Is the information the same for both cards?  

If the information is the same, the same card is configured with both
ip addresses.
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cis1 (33)
12/3/2003 1:04:14 PM
Uzytkownik "Tom Parsons" <cis@tegan.com> napisal w wiadomosci
news:20031203070414.28275@tegan.com...
> Wojtek Korg?l enscribed:
> |
> | I had a SCO box with 1 card ( 3COM 905B ) installed with IP 10.0.1.30/24
and
> | everything was OK. I installed second card ( the same type - 3COM 905B)
and
> | configured IP as 192.168.1.1/24. After kernel relink and boot I can not
ping
> | any machine in 192.168.1.0/24 network. I checked all physical
connections,
> | routing, etc. Strange thing is that I noticed, that both network
interfaces
> | have the same MAC address. If I run ifconfig -a, I see:
> |
> |  net1: flags=4043<UP,BROADCAST,RUNNING,MULTICAST> mtu 1500
> |         inet 10.0.1.30 netmask ffffff00 broadcast 10.0.1.255
> |         perf. params: recv size: 24576; send size: 24576; full-size
frames:
> | 1
> |         ether 00:50:04:07:93:d6
> |
> |  net0: flags=4043<UP,BROADCAST,RUNNING,MULTICAST> mtu 1500
> |         inet 192.168.1.1 netmask ffffff00 broadcast 192.168.1.255
> |         perf. params: recv size: 24576; send size: 24576; full-size
frames:
> | 1
> |         ether 00:50:04:07:93:d6
> |
> | What did I do wrong? Have you ever seen and solved this problem?
> | Thanks for any advice.
>
> You don't need various 3rd party tools as someone suggested, a good start
> would be to run basic system information tools.
>
> For a quick check:
> # hwconfig           Do both cards show the same addresses?
>
>   2 - 905B's on 5.0.5 would probably display as:
>
>   name=e3H base=0xD800 offset=0x7F vec=11 dma=- 3Com 3C90x, unit=0
>   name=e3H base=0xE000 offset=0x7F vec=9 dma=- 3Com 3C90x, unit=1
>
> For a detailed check:
> # hw -mr pci   Is the information the same for both cards?
>
> If the information is the same, the same card is configured with both
> ip addresses.
> -- 
> ==========================================================================
>  Tom Parsons                   tom@tegan.com
> ==========================================================================

Hi,

hwconfig returns:
name=e3H base=0x6400 offset=0x7F vec=10 dma=- 3Com 3c90x/3c980, unit=0
name=e3H base=0x5000 offset=0x7F vec=15 dma=- 3Com 3c90x/3c980, unit=1

hw -mr pci for these cards returns diffrent values as shown below, so my
system recognizes 2 diffrent cards, maybe /dev/net0 and /dev/net1 points to
the same device. /dev/net0 and /dev/net1 have the same major and minor
numbers. I still do not know how to fix it.

DeviceNum:      15
        Function:       0
        Bus:            0
        VendorId:       3Com Corporation
        DeviceId:       0x9055
        RevId:          0x64
        Command:        0x0107      Memory Enabled, I/O Enabled
        Status:         0x0210
        ClassCode:      0x020000    Ethernet controller
        CacheLineSize:  8           32 bit words
        LatencyTimer:   0x50
        HeaderType:     0x00        Single-function, Standard encoding
        BaseAddr[0]:    I/O         0x5000
        BaseAddr[1]:    Memory      0x50000000, 32 bit space
        SubsysVendorID: 3Com Corporation
        SubsystemID:    0x9055
        InterruptLine:  IRQ-15

 Index: 9
        DeviceNum:      4
        Function:       0
        Bus:            1
        VendorId:       3Com Corporation
        DeviceId:       0x9200
        RevId:          0x74
        Command:        0x0107      Memory Enabled, I/O Enabled
        Status:         0x0210
        ClassCode:      0x020000    Ethernet controller
        CacheLineSize:  8           32 bit words
        LatencyTimer:   0x50
        HeaderType:     0x00        Single-function, Standard encoding
        BaseAddr[0]:    I/O         0x6400
        BaseAddr[1]:    Memory      0x50101000, 32 bit space
        SubsysVendorID: 3Com Corporation
        SubsystemID:    0x1000
        InterruptLine:  IRQ-10

Regards,
   Wojtek


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wkorgol (3)
12/3/2003 1:55:31 PM
Wojtek Korg?l enscribed:
| 
| Uzytkownik "Tom Parsons" <cis@tegan.com> napisal w wiadomosci
| news:20031203070414.28275@tegan.com...
| > Wojtek Korg?l enscribed:
| > |
| > | I had a SCO box with 1 card ( 3COM 905B ) installed with IP 10.0.1.30/24
| and
| > | everything was OK. I installed second card ( the same type - 3COM 905B)
| and
| > | configured IP as 192.168.1.1/24. After kernel relink and boot I can not
| ping
| > | any machine in 192.168.1.0/24 network. I checked all physical
| connections,
| > | routing, etc. Strange thing is that I noticed, that both network
| interfaces
| > | have the same MAC address. If I run ifconfig -a, I see:
| > |
| > |  net1: flags=4043<UP,BROADCAST,RUNNING,MULTICAST> mtu 1500
| > |         inet 10.0.1.30 netmask ffffff00 broadcast 10.0.1.255
| > |         perf. params: recv size: 24576; send size: 24576; full-size
| frames:
| > | 1
| > |         ether 00:50:04:07:93:d6
| > |
| > |  net0: flags=4043<UP,BROADCAST,RUNNING,MULTICAST> mtu 1500
| > |         inet 192.168.1.1 netmask ffffff00 broadcast 192.168.1.255
| > |         perf. params: recv size: 24576; send size: 24576; full-size
| frames:
| > | 1
| > |         ether 00:50:04:07:93:d6
| > |
| > | What did I do wrong? Have you ever seen and solved this problem?
| > | Thanks for any advice.
| >
| > You don't need various 3rd party tools as someone suggested, a good start
| > would be to run basic system information tools.
| >
| > For a quick check:
| > # hwconfig           Do both cards show the same addresses?
| >
| >   2 - 905B's on 5.0.5 would probably display as:
| >
| >   name=e3H base=0xD800 offset=0x7F vec=11 dma=- 3Com 3C90x, unit=0
| >   name=e3H base=0xE000 offset=0x7F vec=9 dma=- 3Com 3C90x, unit=1
| >
| > For a detailed check:
| > # hw -mr pci   Is the information the same for both cards?
| >
| > If the information is the same, the same card is configured with both
| > ip addresses.
| 
| hwconfig returns:
| name=e3H base=0x6400 offset=0x7F vec=10 dma=- 3Com 3c90x/3c980, unit=0
| name=e3H base=0x5000 offset=0x7F vec=15 dma=- 3Com 3c90x/3c980, unit=1
| 
| hw -mr pci for these cards returns diffrent values as shown below, so my
| system recognizes 2 diffrent cards, maybe /dev/net0 and /dev/net1 points to
| the same device. /dev/net0 and /dev/net1 have the same major and minor
| numbers. I still do not know how to fix it.
| 
| DeviceNum:      15
|         Function:       0
|         Bus:            0
|         VendorId:       3Com Corporation
|         DeviceId:       0x9055
|         RevId:          0x64
|         Command:        0x0107      Memory Enabled, I/O Enabled
|         Status:         0x0210
|         ClassCode:      0x020000    Ethernet controller
|         CacheLineSize:  8           32 bit words
|         LatencyTimer:   0x50
|         HeaderType:     0x00        Single-function, Standard encoding
|         BaseAddr[0]:    I/O         0x5000
|         BaseAddr[1]:    Memory      0x50000000, 32 bit space
|         SubsysVendorID: 3Com Corporation
|         SubsystemID:    0x9055
|         InterruptLine:  IRQ-15
| 
|  Index: 9
|         DeviceNum:      4
|         Function:       0
|         Bus:            1
|         VendorId:       3Com Corporation
|         DeviceId:       0x9200
|         RevId:          0x74
|         Command:        0x0107      Memory Enabled, I/O Enabled
|         Status:         0x0210
|         ClassCode:      0x020000    Ethernet controller
|         CacheLineSize:  8           32 bit words
|         LatencyTimer:   0x50
|         HeaderType:     0x00        Single-function, Standard encoding
|         BaseAddr[0]:    I/O         0x6400
|         BaseAddr[1]:    Memory      0x50101000, 32 bit space
|         SubsysVendorID: 3Com Corporation
|         SubsystemID:    0x1000
|         InterruptLine:  IRQ-10

net0 and net1 should not have the same major/minor numbrs.  See where the
system thinks they should be.  This would govern the best way to fix the
problem.

# grep net /etc/conf/cf.d/mdevice

You should see something like this, with the sixth column showing the
minor number.  Post the output.

net0    I       iSc             net0    0       123     1       256     -1
net1    -       iSc             net1    0       126     1       256     -1
                       
-- 
==========================================================================
 Tom Parsons                   tom@tegan.com 
==========================================================================
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cis1 (33)
12/3/2003 2:50:41 PM
> | Uzytkownik "Tom Parsons" <cis@tegan.com> napisal w wiadomosci
> | news:20031203070414.28275@tegan.com...
> | > Wojtek Korg?l enscribed:
> | > |
> | > | I had a SCO box with 1 card ( 3COM 905B ) installed with IP
10.0.1.30/24
> | and
> | > | everything was OK. I installed second card ( the same type - 3COM
905B)
> | and
> | > | configured IP as 192.168.1.1/24. After kernel relink and boot I can
not
> | ping
> | > | any machine in 192.168.1.0/24 network. I checked all physical
> | connections,
> | > | routing, etc. Strange thing is that I noticed, that both network
> | interfaces
> | > | have the same MAC address. If I run ifconfig -a, I see:
> | > |
> | > |  net1: flags=4043<UP,BROADCAST,RUNNING,MULTICAST> mtu 1500
> | > |         inet 10.0.1.30 netmask ffffff00 broadcast 10.0.1.255
> | > |         perf. params: recv size: 24576; send size: 24576; full-size
> | frames:
> | > | 1
> | > |         ether 00:50:04:07:93:d6
> | > |
> | > |  net0: flags=4043<UP,BROADCAST,RUNNING,MULTICAST> mtu 1500
> | > |         inet 192.168.1.1 netmask ffffff00 broadcast 192.168.1.255
> | > |         perf. params: recv size: 24576; send size: 24576; full-size
> | frames:
> | > | 1
> | > |         ether 00:50:04:07:93:d6
> | > |
> | > | What did I do wrong? Have you ever seen and solved this problem?
> | > | Thanks for any advice.
> | >
> | > You don't need various 3rd party tools as someone suggested, a good
start
> | > would be to run basic system information tools.
> | >
> | > For a quick check:
> | > # hwconfig           Do both cards show the same addresses?
> | >
> | >   2 - 905B's on 5.0.5 would probably display as:
> | >
> | >   name=e3H base=0xD800 offset=0x7F vec=11 dma=- 3Com 3C90x, unit=0
> | >   name=e3H base=0xE000 offset=0x7F vec=9 dma=- 3Com 3C90x, unit=1
> | >
> | > For a detailed check:
> | > # hw -mr pci   Is the information the same for both cards?
> | >
> | > If the information is the same, the same card is configured with both
> | > ip addresses.
> |
> | hwconfig returns:
> | name=e3H base=0x6400 offset=0x7F vec=10 dma=- 3Com 3c90x/3c980, unit=0
> | name=e3H base=0x5000 offset=0x7F vec=15 dma=- 3Com 3c90x/3c980, unit=1
> |
> | hw -mr pci for these cards returns diffrent values as shown below, so my
> | system recognizes 2 diffrent cards, maybe /dev/net0 and /dev/net1 points
to
> | the same device. /dev/net0 and /dev/net1 have the same major and minor
> | numbers. I still do not know how to fix it.
> |
> | DeviceNum:      15
> |         Function:       0
> |         Bus:            0
> |         VendorId:       3Com Corporation
> |         DeviceId:       0x9055
> |         RevId:          0x64
> |         Command:        0x0107      Memory Enabled, I/O Enabled
> |         Status:         0x0210
> |         ClassCode:      0x020000    Ethernet controller
> |         CacheLineSize:  8           32 bit words
> |         LatencyTimer:   0x50
> |         HeaderType:     0x00        Single-function, Standard encoding
> |         BaseAddr[0]:    I/O         0x5000
> |         BaseAddr[1]:    Memory      0x50000000, 32 bit space
> |         SubsysVendorID: 3Com Corporation
> |         SubsystemID:    0x9055
> |         InterruptLine:  IRQ-15
> |
> |  Index: 9
> |         DeviceNum:      4
> |         Function:       0
> |         Bus:            1
> |         VendorId:       3Com Corporation
> |         DeviceId:       0x9200
> |         RevId:          0x74
> |         Command:        0x0107      Memory Enabled, I/O Enabled
> |         Status:         0x0210
> |         ClassCode:      0x020000    Ethernet controller
> |         CacheLineSize:  8           32 bit words
> |         LatencyTimer:   0x50
> |         HeaderType:     0x00        Single-function, Standard encoding
> |         BaseAddr[0]:    I/O         0x6400
> |         BaseAddr[1]:    Memory      0x50101000, 32 bit space
> |         SubsysVendorID: 3Com Corporation
> |         SubsystemID:    0x1000
> |         InterruptLine:  IRQ-10
>
> net0 and net1 should not have the same major/minor numbrs.  See where the
> system thinks they should be.  This would govern the best way to fix the
> problem.
>
> # grep net /etc/conf/cf.d/mdevice
>
> You should see something like this, with the sixth column showing the
> minor number.  Post the output.
>
> net0    I       iSc             net0    0       123     1       256     -1
> net1    -       iSc             net1    0       126     1       256     -1
>
> -- 
> ==========================================================================
>  Tom Parsons                   tom@tegan.com
> ==========================================================================

Hi,

In my systems mdevice contains:
net1    I       iSc             net1    0       86      1       256     -1
net0    -       iSc             net0    0       95      1       256     -1
and in /dev I see:
crw-rw-rw-   1 root     root      40, 86 Mar  7  2000 net0
crw-rw-rw-   1 root     root      40, 86 Sep 28  2000 net1

I suppose that system did not create proper device for second card. Can I
simply remove /dev/net1 and recreate it with 95 as minor number? This SCO
box is critical, so I would like not to experiment.

Regards,
  Wojtek





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wkorgol (3)
12/3/2003 4:32:35 PM
In article <bqkdco$hq7$1@inews.gazeta.pl>,
Wojtek Korg�l <wkorgol@nospam.gazeta.pl> wrote:

>I had a SCO box with 1 card ( 3COM 905B ) installed with IP
>10.0.1.30/24 and everything was OK. I installed second card (
>the same type - 3COM 905B) and configured IP as 192.168.1.1/24.
>After kernel relink and boot I can not ping any machine in
>192.168.1.0/24 network. I checked all physical connections,
>routing, etc. Strange thing is that I noticed, that both network
>interfaces have the same MAC address. If I run ifconfig -a, I
>see:

[NIC info deleted. wjv]
....

>What did I do wrong? Have you ever seen and solved this problem?
>Thanks for any advice.

Did you add the appropriate route. If your default route it still
using the 10.0.1.0 network and you have not added a route for t
192.168.1.0 network to use 192.168.1.1 as the gateway for that
network you will never get where you want to go.

You didn't mention if you did this or not.

What does the output of netstat -rn show as gateway.

Bill
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bv23 (406)
12/3/2003 4:35:01 PM
Wojtek Korg?l enscribed:
| > | Uzytkownik "Tom Parsons" <cis@tegan.com> napisal w wiadomosci
| > | news:20031203070414.28275@tegan.com...
| > | > Wojtek Korg?l enscribed:
| > | > |
| > | > | I had a SCO box with 1 card ( 3COM 905B ) installed with IP
| 10.0.1.30/24
| > | and
| > | > | everything was OK. I installed second card ( the same type - 3COM
| 905B)
| > | and
| > | > | configured IP as 192.168.1.1/24. After kernel relink and boot I can
| not
| > | ping
| > | > | any machine in 192.168.1.0/24 network. I checked all physical
| > | connections,
| > | > | routing, etc. Strange thing is that I noticed, that both network
| > | interfaces
| > | > | have the same MAC address. If I run ifconfig -a, I see:
| > | > |
| > | > |  net1: flags=4043<UP,BROADCAST,RUNNING,MULTICAST> mtu 1500
| > | > |         inet 10.0.1.30 netmask ffffff00 broadcast 10.0.1.255
| > | > |         perf. params: recv size: 24576; send size: 24576; full-size
| > | frames:
| > | > | 1
| > | > |         ether 00:50:04:07:93:d6
| > | > |
| > | > |  net0: flags=4043<UP,BROADCAST,RUNNING,MULTICAST> mtu 1500
| > | > |         inet 192.168.1.1 netmask ffffff00 broadcast 192.168.1.255
| > | > |         perf. params: recv size: 24576; send size: 24576; full-size
| > | frames:
| > | > | 1
| > | > |         ether 00:50:04:07:93:d6
| > | > |
| > | > | What did I do wrong? Have you ever seen and solved this problem?
| > | > | Thanks for any advice.
| > | >
| > | > You don't need various 3rd party tools as someone suggested, a good
| start
| > | > would be to run basic system information tools.
| > | >
| > | > For a quick check:
| > | > # hwconfig           Do both cards show the same addresses?
| > | >
| > | >   2 - 905B's on 5.0.5 would probably display as:
| > | >
| > | >   name=e3H base=0xD800 offset=0x7F vec=11 dma=- 3Com 3C90x, unit=0
| > | >   name=e3H base=0xE000 offset=0x7F vec=9 dma=- 3Com 3C90x, unit=1
| > | >
| > | > For a detailed check:
| > | > # hw -mr pci   Is the information the same for both cards?
| > | >
| > | > If the information is the same, the same card is configured with both
| > | > ip addresses.
| > |
| > | hwconfig returns:
| > | name=e3H base=0x6400 offset=0x7F vec=10 dma=- 3Com 3c90x/3c980, unit=0
| > | name=e3H base=0x5000 offset=0x7F vec=15 dma=- 3Com 3c90x/3c980, unit=1
| > |
| > | hw -mr pci for these cards returns diffrent values as shown below, so my
| > | system recognizes 2 diffrent cards, maybe /dev/net0 and /dev/net1 points
| to
| > | the same device. /dev/net0 and /dev/net1 have the same major and minor
| > | numbers. I still do not know how to fix it.
| > |
| > | DeviceNum:      15
| > |         Function:       0
| > |         Bus:            0
| > |         VendorId:       3Com Corporation
| > |         DeviceId:       0x9055
| > |         RevId:          0x64
| > |         Command:        0x0107      Memory Enabled, I/O Enabled
| > |         Status:         0x0210
| > |         ClassCode:      0x020000    Ethernet controller
| > |         CacheLineSize:  8           32 bit words
| > |         LatencyTimer:   0x50
| > |         HeaderType:     0x00        Single-function, Standard encoding
| > |         BaseAddr[0]:    I/O         0x5000
| > |         BaseAddr[1]:    Memory      0x50000000, 32 bit space
| > |         SubsysVendorID: 3Com Corporation
| > |         SubsystemID:    0x9055
| > |         InterruptLine:  IRQ-15
| > |
| > |  Index: 9
| > |         DeviceNum:      4
| > |         Function:       0
| > |         Bus:            1
| > |         VendorId:       3Com Corporation
| > |         DeviceId:       0x9200
| > |         RevId:          0x74
| > |         Command:        0x0107      Memory Enabled, I/O Enabled
| > |         Status:         0x0210
| > |         ClassCode:      0x020000    Ethernet controller
| > |         CacheLineSize:  8           32 bit words
| > |         LatencyTimer:   0x50
| > |         HeaderType:     0x00        Single-function, Standard encoding
| > |         BaseAddr[0]:    I/O         0x6400
| > |         BaseAddr[1]:    Memory      0x50101000, 32 bit space
| > |         SubsysVendorID: 3Com Corporation
| > |         SubsystemID:    0x1000
| > |         InterruptLine:  IRQ-10
| >
| > net0 and net1 should not have the same major/minor numbrs.  See where the
| > system thinks they should be.  This would govern the best way to fix the
| > problem.
| >
| > # grep net /etc/conf/cf.d/mdevice
| >
| > You should see something like this, with the sixth column showing the
| > minor number.  Post the output.
| >
| > net0    I       iSc             net0    0       123     1       256     -1
| > net1    -       iSc             net1    0       126     1       256     -1
| >
| 
| In my systems mdevice contains:
| net1    I       iSc             net1    0       86      1       256     -1
| net0    -       iSc             net0    0       95      1       256     -1
| and in /dev I see:
| crw-rw-rw-   1 root     root      40, 86 Mar  7  2000 net0
| crw-rw-rw-   1 root     root      40, 86 Sep 28  2000 net1
| 
| I suppose that system did not create proper device for second card. Can I
| simply remove /dev/net1 and recreate it with 95 as minor number? This SCO
| box is critical, so I would like not to experiment.

That's very unlikely.  More likely a human did it.

Caveat:  The way I'm going to recommend fixing this is not the way I would
do it because I can't be there to fix any problems that might occur with
my method.  I've had some odd relinking issues with multiple 905 cards and
5.0.5.

I would:

Remove the second network card, rebuild the kernel, making sure to let it
rebuild the environment then reboot.

Verify the major/minor numbers for net0 and net1 are 40,86 and 40,95.

If they are now correct, reinstall the second network card, rebuild and
reboot.

If they are not correct, post the output of these because something strange
is happening and we need to find the cause.

# grep "net" /etc/conf/cf.d/mdevice
# grep "net" /etc/conf/cf.d/conf.c
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ttyp problem on Sco Open Server 5.04
I connect to my server trough a VT220 emulation PC and the server make a ttypX pseudo-terminal device. But when I logoff the emulation the server wrongly keep the ttypX without PID process. I sow this because when I shutdown the system It returned a message like "/etc/shutdown:3106 alarm call" and after 120 seconds it asked to me if I want to shutdown (y/n). The system then shutdown normally. Also the boot is correct and has no problems. What can I do to solve this problem? Thanks Marco This is the syslog file of my server with the telnetd error: [cut] Jul 9 08:43:56 scosysv telnetd[654]: ttloop: peer died: Unknown error Jul 9 08:44:22 scosysv telnetd[731]: ttloop: peer died: Unknown error Jul 9 08:44:42 scosysv telnetd[729]: ttloop: peer died: Unknown error Jul 9 08:45:17 scosysv telnetd[733]: can't find terminal control database entry for line ttyp0 Jul 9 08:46:43 scosysv telnetd[800]: can't find terminal control database entry for line ttyp0 Jul 9 08:49:28 scosysv telnetd[869]: can't find terminal control database entry for line ttyp1 Jul 9 08:50:03 scosysv telnetd[842]: can't find terminal control database entry for line ttyp0 Jul 9 09:57:19 scosysv telnetd[1084]: can't find terminal control database entry for line ttyp2 Jul 9 09:58:13 scosysv telnetd[1110]: can't find terminal control database entry for line ttyp2 Jul 9 10:00:50 scosysv telnetd[1056]: can't find terminal control database entry for line ttyp1 Jul 9 ...

SCO OpenServer 5.0.4/5.0.5 New Daylight Savings dates
Has anyone yet come up with a solution on changing older SCO OpenServer 5.0.4 / 5.0.5 / 5.0.6 systems to accommodate the new daylight savings dates starting this year?? I have looked around at SCO's site and they have an update to install on 5.0.7 systems that also indicate you should install new libc, etc Anyone know how to fix this on older SCO OpenServer releases?? Thanks for any help Scott Ullmann Telespectrum sullmann@telespectrum.com scooter typed (on Mon, Jan 22, 2007 at 12:37:58PM -0800): | Has anyone yet come up with a solution on changing older SCO OpenServer | 5.0.4 / 5.0.5 / 5.0.6 systems to accommodate the new daylight savings | dates starting this year?? | | I have looked around at SCO's site and they have an update to install | on 5.0.7 systems that also indicate you should install new libc, etc | | Anyone know how to fix this on older SCO OpenServer releases?? I'm in the EST timezone, and so I would edit /etc/TIMEZONE from: TZ=EST5EDT to: TZ=EST5EDT,M3,2,0/2,M11,1,0/2 -- JP ==> http://www.frappr.com/cusm <== On Jan 22, 4:24 pm, Jean-Pierre Radley <j...@jpr.com> wrote: > scooter typed (on Mon, Jan 22, 2007 at 12:37:58PM -0800): > | Has anyone yet come up with a solution on changing older SCO OpenServer > | 5.0.4 / 5.0.5 / 5.0.6 systems to accommodate the new daylight savings > | dates starting this year?? > | > | I have looked around at SCO's site and they have an update to install > | on 5.0.7 ...

3Com 3C905 XL PCI NIC on SCO 5.0.5 on Proliant 3000
hi there, following up on my install of Openserver 5.0.5 on a Compaq Proliant 3000, the only thing left to configre is the NIC. And I do this as follows: reboot boot up to X run network configuration manager add new LAN adapter choose 3Com Fast EtherLink XL PCI (3C905) When it asks for network driver configuration, i choose default (PCI bus:0, device:0, function:0) I presume this is ok, as it says '*' denotes conflict, and there is no * present. when asked to add protocol, i choose: SCO TCP/IP then add settings: machine name: propath ip: XX.XXX.XX.XX subnet mask: 255.255.0.0 broadcast mask: XX.255.255.255 domain name: mycompany.com tcp connections: 256 gateway: no advanced: gateway:no frame: ethernet-II i choose ok, save all. then am asked to relink kernel, i choose yes to all reboot machine(i know it is unnecessary to reboot but, i suppose its one of my windows hangups :)) and log on. run ifconfig -a and it gives me: lo atl0 (with various settings, including inet: 0.0.0.0) so there seems to be some prob;ems with the hardware. when i ping a known ip I get: no route to host any ideas? thanks in advance, bernard -- On 17 May 2004 12:50:20 GMT, bluNOboxSPAMthief <newsgroups-spambaiter@runningIHATEwithSPAMbulls.com> wrote: >hi there, > >following up on my install of Openserver >5.0.5 on a Compaq Proliant 3000, the only >thing left to configre is the NIC. > >And I do this as follows: > >reboot >boot up to X > &g...

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