NE(4)                   NetBSD Kernel Interfaces Manual                  NE(4)

NAME
     ne -- NE2000 and compatible Ethernet cards device driver

SYNOPSIS
   ISA boards
     ne0 at isa? port 0x280 irq 9
     ne1 at isa? port 0x300 irq 10
     ne* at isapnp?

   MCA boards
     ne* at mca? slot ?

   PCI boards
     ne* at pci? dev ? function ?

   PCMCIA
     ne* at pcmcia? function ?

   acorn32
     ne* at podulebus?

   amiga
     ne* at zbus0 # AriadneII, X-surf

   amigappc
     ne* at zbus0 # AriadneII, X-surf

   atari
     ne0 at mainbus0 # EtherNEC on Atari ROM cartridge slot

   evbarm
     ne0 at obio? addr 0x0e000200 intr 5 # on-board Asix AX88796

   evbsh3
     ne0 at mainbus? # Realtek RTL8019AS

   x68k
     ne* at intio0 addr 0xece300 intr 249 # Nereid Ethernet
     ne* at intio0 addr 0xeceb00 intr 248 # Nereid Ethernet
     neptune0 at intio0 addr 0xece000 intr 249 # Neptune-X
     neptune1 at intio0 addr 0xece400 intr 249 # Neptune-X at alt. addr.
     ne* at neptune? addr 0x300

DESCRIPTION
     The ne device driver supports NE2000 and compatible (including NE1000)
     Ethernet cards.  While the original NE2000 is designed for ISA bus, the
     compatible Realtek 8019 chip is widely used on various local busses and
     ne driver also supports such devices on various machines.

MEDIA SELECTION
     The Realtek 8019 (ISA, ISAPnP, some PCMCIA) and Realtek 8029 (PCI)
     NE2000-compatible Ethernet chips include support for software media
     selection.  If one of these chips is detected by the driver, the list of
     supported media will be displayed.

     For all other chips supported by the ne driver, media selection must be
     performed either via card jumper settings or by vendor-supplied configu-
     ration programs.

DIAGNOSTICS
     ne0: where did the card go?  The driver found the card, but was unable to
     make the card respond to complete the configuration sequence.

SEE ALSO
     ifmedia(4), intro(4), isa(4), isapnp(4), mca(4), pci(4), pcmcia(4),
     ifconfig(8)

NetBSD 6.0                       April 3, 2010                      NetBSD 6.0

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