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KUE(4)                   BSD Kernel Interfaces Manual                   KUE(4)

     kue -- Kawasaki LSI KL5KUSB101B USB Ethernet driver

     device uhci
     device ohci
     device usb
     device kue

     The kue driver provides support for USB Ethernet adapters based on the
     Kawasaki LSI KL5KLUSB101B chipset.

     The KL5KLUSB101B supports a 128-entry multicast filter, single perfect
     filter entry for the station address and promiscuous mode.  Packets are
     received and transmitted over separate USB bulk transfer endpoints.

     The Kawasaki chipset supports only 10Mbps half-duplex mode, hence there
     are no ifmedia(4) modes to select.

     For more information on configuring this device, see ifconfig(8).

     The kue driver supports Kawasaki LSI KL5KLUSB101B based USB Ethernet
     adapters including:

     o   3Com 3c19250
     o   3Com 3c460 HomeConnect Ethernet USB Adapter
     o   ADS Technologies USB-10BT
     o   AOX USB101
     o   ATen UC10T
     o   Abocom URE 450
     o   Corega USB-T
     o   D-Link DSB-650C
     o   Entrega NET-USB-E45, NET-HUB-3U1E
     o   I/O Data USB ETT
     o   Kawasaki DU-H3E
     o   LinkSys USB10T
     o   Netgear EA101
     o   Peracom USB Ethernet Adapter
     o   SMC 2102USB, 2104USB

     kue%d: watchdog timeout  A packet was queued for transmission and a
     transmit command was issued, however the device failed to acknowledge the
     transmission before a timeout expired.

     kue%d: no memory for rx list  The driver failed to allocate an mbuf for
     the receiver ring.

     arp(4), netintro(4), ng_ether(4), ifconfig(8)

     The kue device driver first appeared in FreeBSD 4.0.

     The kue driver was written by Bill Paul <wpaulATee.edu>.

     The kue driver does not accumulate Ethernet collisions statistics because
     the Kawasaki firmware does not appear to maintain any internal statis-

BSD                             August 26, 2004                            BSD