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Re: [opensuse] Cómo para fijar interfaz de red overruns?

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Subject: Re: [opensuse] Cómo para fijar interfaz de red overruns?
From: John Andersen <jsamyth@xxxxxxxxx>
Date: Wed, 04 Apr 2012 12:07:07 -0700
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En 4/3/2012 7:21 AM, Panadero de Rodney escribió:


TX o *RX *overruns? Son normalmente causado por *duplexing errores, quizás debido a *incorrect
coche-negociación de parámetros de vínculo, pero también puede ser causado por
*faulty o fuera-de-*spec *cabling.

Puedo virtualmente *assure te que es es un coche-error de negociación con la tarjeta Por utilizaba.
Esta línea de tarjeta entera tiene una historia de coche-fracasos de negociación.

A menudo trabajarán para meses con ningún problema, entonces sencillamente fallan para negociar
una conexión rápida, decide fijar ellos en 10*meg modo a toda costa de lo que el conductor
pide,  o fallar al honor lleno *duplex, de algo.

A menudo les puedes forzar utilizando *mii-herramienta, o algo, pero volverá para
morderte después de un *upgrade, o después de que te cable les a un cambio nuevo.  A veces
*powering les completa de (atracción-el-tapón fuera, no sencillamente poder-abajo-fuera debido a despertar
en *lan capacidades) ellos  *reset y trabajo *ok.  (Único de golpear otra vez
más tarde).

Justo #reemplazar en la primera señal de problema.


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On 4/3/2012 7:21 AM, Rodney Baker wrote:


TX or RX overruns? They're usually caused by duplexing errors, maybe due to
incorrect auto-negotiation of link parameters, but can also be caused by
faulty or out-of-spec cabling.

I can virtually assure you that is is an auto-negotiation error with the card Per was using.
This entire card line has a history of auto-negotiation failures.

Often they will work for months with no problem, then they simply fail to negotiate
a fast connection, decide to fix themselves in 10meg mode regardless of what the driver
asks for,  or fail to honor full duplex, of something.

Often you can force them using mii-tool, or something, but it will come back to
bite you after an upgrade, or after you cable them to a new switch.  Sometimes
powering them complete off (pull-the-plug off, not simply power-down-off due to
wake on lan capabilities) they will reset and work ok.  (Only to strike again
later).

I just replace them at the first sign of trouble.


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