Problem with my 3Com 905c

Fred Roller froller at tnclimited.com
Tue Sep 8 20:39:28 UTC 2009


Stefano Vettorazzi wrote:
> I'm using DSL connection. The DSL modem is connected directly to the onboard card.
>
> I have compiled the 2.6.30 kernel version.
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>> Date: Tue, 8 Sep 2009 16:08:33 -0400
>> From: froller at tnclimited.com
>> To: ubuntu-users at lists.ubuntu.com
>> Subject: Re: Problem with my 3Com 905c
>>
>> Stefano Vettorazzi wrote:
>>     
>>>
>>> Hi people.
>>> I can connect me to internet using Ubuntu, but the velocity is very slow. When I make "ping 208.67.222.222", the response delay is more than 500ms.
>>> Now I have compiled a custom kernel (without IPV6 and more), and the connection is best than last week (the respose delay is more than 200ms).
>>> My computer is DELL Optiplex GX150. The 3Com is onboard.
>>> Please, help me.
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>> What service do you use? Dial-up, satellite, etc. Are you inside a 
>> network like a University or a business? Can you ping from a second 
>> system for a control on the response time? Which kernel version did you 
>> compile?
>>
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>> Fred
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>> "Life is like linux, simple. If you are fighting it you are doing something wrong."
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Please remember to bottom post.  Makes it easier for folks to help.

Run the following command

    lspci |grep Ethernet

It should give you something like:

froller at metis:~$ lspci |grep Ethernet
00:0a.0 Ethernet controller: nVidia Corporation MCP67 Ethernet (rev a2)

Seems simple but did you search for any driver issues specific to your 
3com model?


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Fred
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"Life is like linux, simple.  If you are fighting it you are doing something wrong."






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