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       eepro100-diag  -  EEPROM  setup and diagnostic program for Intel EtherExpress Pro100B, and
       EEPro PCI 10+ ethernet cards.


       eepro100-diag [options]


       eepro100-diag is a program that you can use to diagnose problems with ethernet cards based
       the  "Speedo3"  chip  series:  the  i82557,  '558  and  '559.  These chips are used on the
       EtherExpress Pro100B, and EEPro PCI 10+.


       These programs follow the usual GNU command line syntax, with long options  starting  with
       two dashes (`-').  A summary of options is included below.

       -h, --help
              Show summary of options.

       -V, --version
              Show version of program.

       -v, --verbose
              Verbose mode.

       -q, --quiet
              Be very unverbose.

       -# <cardnum>, --card_num <cardnum>
              Use card number <cardnum>.

       -a, --show_all_registers
              Print all registers.

       -e, --show-eeprom
              Dump EEPROM contents to stdout.

       -E, --emergency-rewrite
              Re-write a corrupted EEPROM.

       -p, --port-base <port>
              Specify port to use.

       -A, --Advertise <mediaype>
              Advertise  media type. Valid Options are: 10baseT, 100baseT4, 100baseTx, 100baseTx-
              FD, 100baseTx-HD, 10baseT-FD and 10baseHD.

       -F, --new-interface <interface>
              Interface number. Options that make sense are: 10baseT,  10base2,  AUI,  100baseTx,
              10baseT-FDX, 100baseTx-FDX, 100baseT4, 100baseFx, 100baseFx-FDX, MII and Autosense.

       -H, --new-hwaddress <address>
              Set card to a new hardware address.

       -m, --show-mii
              Dump MII management registers.

       -R, --reset
              Reset the transceiver.

       -T, --test
              Do register and SRAM test.

       -w, --write-EEPROM <values>
              Write to the EEPROMS with the specified values. Do not use this, if you do not know
              what you do!

       -f, --force-detection
              Try to identify the card, even if it is active.

       -t, --chip-type <card>
              Explicitly set the chip. To get all  valid  numbers,  run  eepro100-diag  with  the
              options '-t -1'.




       eepro100-diag  was  written  and  is still maintained by Donald Becker <>.
       This manual page was  written  by  Alain  Schroeder  <>,  for  the  Debian
       GNU/Linux system (but may be used by others).

                                        February 18, 2002                        EEPRO100-DIAG(8)