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Davicom DM9102AF (chipset-based) CNet Pro200WL 10/100 PCI ethernet adapter Intel EtherExpress PRO/100 (S82557) 10/100 PCI Network Card Intel 10 / 100Mbs PCI Ethernet Card (Intel GD82559)(2 of these) I have read through the HCLs but they are all freakin out dated and not maintained its unreal and Im just curious if anyone had any success with any of these? Thanks in advance!
Okay. Well that worked in picking up the ethernet but now the MAC is showing all zeros in the Network Utility on (en0). How can i manually set the MAC address to the appropriate one? **EDIT** I figured the command out but it didnt work. im gonna try taking the ether down and then running the command and then bring it back up again and see if it snags it or something. I also tried embedding it into the etc/rc.common so that it runs at startup and would force the MAC address but that didnt work either. Any ideas?????????????????? Anyone????????????????
I'm just curious cause i see talk on multiple sites of AppleBCM5751Ethernet.kext should do the trick on my Dell GX280 with iATKOS v4i (10.5.4) installed. Is this true? and if it is where the heck can I get it? I also understand I need to once I receive it to move it into the Extensions folder but for some weird reason I dont have one in Library...why? Appreciate any and all info or help! Ethernet: Onboard NIC: Broadcom NetXtreme BCM5751 Gigabit Ethernet PCI Express (14e4:1677) (rev01)