First of all, sorry for the delay in summery.
Thank you to the respondents who,
in according to appearance were:
1. Dan Lorenzini email@example.com
I don't think the le driver supports access via ndd
2. Darren Dunham firstname.lastname@example.org
The LE driver does not support NDD. I don't know of any public
interface to reveal the link status.
3.Casper Dik email@example.com
/dev/le has only one mode, 10mbit, half-duplex, so setting it makes
4.Akash X Dhama firstname.lastname@example.org
You can run this ndd command with the interfaces which can be run in
multiple modes as hme runs in 10/100 mode you can run this command. le
interfaces run only at 10 Mbps so the error.
Thanks again for your time.
My problem was;
>>>I am trying to find out about the link status of my servers. On all the
machines with interface "le0", I can issue command
ndd /dev/hme link_status or ndd /dev/hme adv_100fdx_cap.
But all other systems, with interface le, I can't issue command.
If I issue the command
ndd /dev/le \?, I recieved the following error.
"couldn't push module 'le', No such device or address".
Also can you please inform me, what is the difference between the following
Still can't figure out how to check the status of le0. I agree that "le0" is
half duplex, but should be able to check the status.
Thanks so much for your valuable information's.
Imran Ahmad email@example.com
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