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PNAPHY(4)						   BSD Kernel Interfaces Manual 						 PNAPHY(4)

NAME
pnaphy -- Driver for generic HomePNA PHYs SYNOPSIS
pnaphy* at mii? phy ? DESCRIPTION
The pnaphy is a generic driver for HomePNA ``home networking'' PHYs which provide Ethernet-like connectivity over standard home telephone lines without interrupting POTS service. HomePNA 1.0 runs at a speed of 1Mb/s. The pnaphy driver currently supports the following devices: o AMD Am79c901 HomePNA 1.0 PHY SEE ALSO
ifmedia(4), intro(4), mii(4), ifconfig(8) BSD
August 24, 2001 BSD

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PCN(4)							   BSD Kernel Interfaces Manual 						    PCN(4)

NAME
pcn -- AMD PCnet-PCI Ethernet family driver SYNOPSIS
pcn* at pci? dev ? function ? Configuration of PHYs may also be necessary. See mii(4). DESCRIPTION
The pcn device driver supports Ethernet interfaces based on the AMD PCnet-PCI family of Ethernet chips. The chips supported by the pcn driver include: o Am79c970 PCnet-PCI Single-Chip Ethernet Controller for PCI Local Bus o Am79c970A PCnet-PCI II Single-Chip Full-Duplex Ethernet Controller for PCI Local Bus o Am79c971 PCnet-FAST Single-Chip Full-Duplex 10/100Mbps Ethernet Controller for PCI Local Bus o Am79c972 PCnet-FAST+ Enhanced 10/100Mbps PCI Ethernet Controller with OnNow Support o Am79c973/Am79c975 PCnet-FAST III Single-Chip 10/100Mbps PCI Ethernet Controller with Integrated PHY PCnet-PCI chips are found on some Hewlett-Packard PCI Ethernet boards, and on the Allied Telesyn AT-2700TX PCI Ethernet board. They are also found on some processor evaluation boards as an example peripheral. The pcn driver also supports the emulated PCnet-PCI interface provided by VMware. SEE ALSO
arp(4), ifmedia(4), mii(4), netintro(4), pci(4), ifconfig(8) HISTORY
The pcn driver first appeared in NetBSD 1.6. AUTHORS
The pcn driver was written by Jason R. Thorpe <thorpej@wasabisystems.com>. BSD
August 27, 2001 BSD
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