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Date:      Sun, 23 Aug 1998 10:56:55 -0400
From:      "Robert L. Hatch" <rlhatch@ifx.net>
To:        <freebsd-questions@FreeBSD.ORG>
Subject:   What do these messages mean?
Message-ID:  <000101bdcea6$4674e1c0$e6da19ce@hatchman.ifx.net>

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I just upgraded two of my computers from 2.2.2-RELEASE to 2.2.7-RELEASE.
The install appeared to go well on both machines.  However, once
up-and-running, I get the following messages (repeatedly over and over) on
both machines.

	de0: receive: 00:00:0c:92:a9:b7: bad crc
	de0: receive: 00:00:0c:92:a9:b7: alignment error

While I do have ethernet devices (one attached to each machine) on de0, this
message was not evident (using the same equipment) when running FreeBSD
2.2.2-RELEASE.  Would you have an insight as to what is causing these
messages?  Is it something that needs immediate attention (all appears to be
working ok)?,  How do I fix-it?

Thanks in advance for your assistance.

Regards

Robert L. Hatch
email: rlhatch@ifx.net


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