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Date:	Wed, 27 Jun 2007 09:43:46 +0200
From:	Erik Slagter <>
To:	David Hollis <>
Subject: Re: Linksys Gigabit USB2.0 adapter (asix) regression

David Hollis wrote:
> On Mon, 2007-06-25 at 19:05 +0200, Erik Slagter wrote:
>> drivers/net/usb/asix.c: PHYID=0x01410cc2
> Ok, it is using a Marvell PHY so that part should be fine.  You
> mentioned that it looks like the packets are being transmitted, but are
> garbled in some way.  The device does prepend a 'header' to ethernet
> packets as they are transmitted down the USB pipe.  The device strips
> this off and puts the packets on the wire.  This could be where the
> issue lies.  Are you on x86 by chance or something else?

They are either garbled are they are not passed on the wire. The
transmitted packets are shown by tshark, but a tshark run on "the other
end of the line" does not show them.

Platform is indeed x86, to be precise: fedora 7, kernel 2.6.22-rc6, cpu
pentium M, dell laptop inspiron 9300, ICH6.

If you want me to test something please yell, it's no trouble at all to
change a few lines in the driver's source and recompile the module.

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