Does it have anything to do with Vista as the other OS? I have been trying almost all solutions since 3 days that I could find on google and couple of them on LQ. I think it detects your Ethernet card because of the following output from lspci: Is there any chance you have the card disabled in the BIOS or do you have the card administratively down like using the command ifdown or ifconfig eth0 down? Like it found conflicting address?
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Nvidia network card MCP73 not working.
NVIDIA Corporation MCP73 Ethernet (rev a2) –
Config information for eth0: Introduction to Linux – A Hands on Guide This guide was created as an overview of the Linux Operating System, geared toward new users as an exploration tour and getting started guide, with exercises at the end of each chapter. It seems that your system detects the hardware for your ethernet card. Do you see lights on the device when it is connected?
Problem with device Nvidia MCP The network card works on Vista. Like it found conflicting address? I tried the dhcp connection too. Registration is quick, simple and absolutely free. It doesn’t have anything to do with v6. Just curious, why do you think the system detects the ethernet card? No such device One thing i noticed is the lsmod shows ipv6. Find More Posts by asymptote.
I have had manny problems with that chipset also, tried manny dists, but when i installed ubuntu everything just worked, debian suse redhat and manny others all had problems either with the nic or the sata controler. Yes I could see the green light. Is there any chance you have the card disabled in the BIOS or do you have the card administratively down like using the command ifdown or ifconfig eth0 down?
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Output to ifconfig with out -a shows the lo only.
Here is the output of ifconfig -a: For more advanced trainees it can be a desktop reference, and a collection of the base knowledge needed to proceed with system and network administration.
But ifconfig -a show sit0 in addition to lo. There should be a green light indicating power and an amber light when data is being communicated. DEtails of the error: View LQ Wiki Contributions. Also I don’t have any other network device other than the lan card. The fact that lspci finds the card but ifconfig mcp733 is very confusing.
Device not found mp73 oraapps network-scripts] ifconfig eth0 up eth0: Routing, network cards, OSI, etc. Try it with root permissions as well if that makes any difference.
I’m going to google while you read my reply. Help solve driver issue. So its just the Lan driver which doesn’t seem to work. Reverse Engineered nForce ethernet driver author: Note that registered members see fewer ads, and ContentLink is completely disabled once you log in.
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