BROADCOM BMC4401 32BIT PCI 10/100 BASET LAN DRIVER

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Everything so far in this post can be carried forward for years to come- a common risk of blogposts related to OpenBSD technology because it has changed twice a year for 20 years without fail, making vast amounts of ‘current’ content stale. The two links will lead to a list of man page links to the software drivers the OS uses to interact with the adapters. But that matters little, the list is what’s important. Newer Post Older Post Home. But it had to be somewhere, right? The F should not be confused with the F, which is an NE clone and only supports 10Mbps speeds. And on those drivers’ man pages are the particular models of hardware supported.

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But below, in an effort to save time for users in including me in my shopping adventuresI’ve compiled a list of the models listed in all of those individual driver pages for what is supported in 6.

This includes a large number of Compaq PCI-bus Ethernet adapters as well as the integrated Ethernet controllers built in to several models of Compaq Prosignia servers and Compaq Deskpro desktop machines. PCI slot adapters http: And for some of the more obscure platform releases this still holds true Unfortunately as you can see on those pages or infer from my attempt at wit, it’s not a perfect solution.

danno’s blog: List of Network Adapters supported by OpenBSD

But for those in my lqn shopping for new adapters- the situation becomes significantly more difficult, because enough of the less expensive adapter manufacturers do not advertise the specific chipsets being used. Newer Post Older Post Home. I know the OBSD project does not market itself or attempt to become used more in any way, but changing this back might go a long way as far as expanding the user base, or making life easier on the existing user base of which I am.

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Hopefully this will save someone the time it took me to find the actual list of network 32bbit that could be used on a current OpenBSD system. But it had to be somewhere, right?

FreeBSD-5.3/share/misc/pci_vendors

But that matters little, the list is what’s important. The added challenge is understanding which driver is mapped to which actual model of hardware. So at least you can depend on what you read above. In previous years’ releases, the compiled list commonly was found in the subsection of the site for each supported platform for that particular release at that timeand thus was quite easy to locate.

CORE3 Network Device Support – Index by Driver – Printer Friendly Version

Eventually I found it, and then decided that it was torture and no one else should have to go through it. Posted by Dan Farrell at 8: The two links will lead to a list of man page links to the software drivers the OS uses to interact with the adapters.

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If you’ve made it this far you can tell them not to worry as I’ll now be forced to lower my rate- but no one gets ambien for free. Side note brroadcom if you were prescribed to read this by your doctor or certified sleep therapist for insomnia, please let me know in the comments below who your care specialist is, so that I might bill them for services rendered- because I guarantee this will put you to sleep.

And on those drivers’ man pages are the particular models of hardware supported. Though not one of my more exciting posts or it is, and I have a problem set larger than I first imaginedI remain undeterred in bringing to light some truly esoteric information- when it comes to boring, I am your man. The F should not be confused with the F, which is an NE clone and only supports 10Mbps speeds.

Browdcom so far in this post can be carried forward for years to come- a common risk of blogposts related to OpenBSD technology because it has changed twice a year for 20 years without fail, making vast amounts of ‘current’ content stale.