IY(4) BSD Programmer's Manual (i386) IY(4)
iy - Intel i82595 Ethernet driver
iy0 at isa? port 0x360 irq 7
The iy device driver supports the Ether-Express PRO/10 card, and might support other ISA cards using the same chip. Other models of Intel network cards are supported by the fxp(4) and ie(4) drivers. Various models of these cards come with a different assortment of connec- tors: AUI/DIX Standard 15 pin connector 10Base2 BNC, also known as thin-net 10BaseT UTP, also known as twisted pair The default port to use is the port the card autodetects at ifconfig up time. To choose an alternative port, use the following flag combinations with ifconfig(8) or in the appropriate hostname.if(5) file. -link0 -link1 Use the autodetected port (default). -link0 link1 Use the BNC port. link0 -link1 Use the AUI port. link0 link1 Use the UTP port.
The EtherExpress PRO card has no jumpers to set the address. Intel sup- plies software to set the address of the card in software. You have to hardwire this address in your kernel configuration file.
arp(4), fxp(4), ie(4), ifmedia(4), intro(4), isa(4), netintro(4), hostname.if(5), ifconfig(8) MirOS BSD #10-current May 22, 1996 1
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