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ATGE(7D)							      ATGE(7D)

       atge - Device driver for Atheros/Attansic Ethernet chipsets

       The atge ethernet driver supports the Atheros/Attansic L1, L1E, and L1C
       Ethernet	  (AR8121/AR8113/8114,	 AR8131/AR8132,	  and	AR8151/AR8152)

	 pciex1969,1026 Atheros AR8121/8113/8114
	 pciex1969,1048 Attansic L1
	 pciex1969,1062 Atheros AR8132 Fast Ethernet
	 pciex1969,1063 Atheros AR8131 Gigabit Ethernet
	 pciex1969,1073 Atheros AR8151 v1.0 Gigabit Ethernet
	 pciex1969,1083 Atheros AR8151 v2.0 Gigabit Ethernet
	 pciex1969,2060 Atheros AR8152 v1.1 Fast Ethernet
	 pciex1969,2062 Atheros AR8152 v2.0 Fast Ethernet

       The  atge driver supports IEEE 802.3 auto-negotiation, flow control and
       VLAN tagging.

       The default configuration is auto-negotiation with bi-directional  flow
       control.	 The advertised capabilities for auto-negotiation are based on
       the capabilities of the PHY.

       You can set the capabilities advertised by the atge  controlled	device
       using  dladm(1M). The driver supports only those parameters which begin
       with en (enabled) in the parameters listed by  the  command  dladm(1M).
       Each  of	 these	boolean parameters determines if the device advertises
       that mode of operation when the hardware supports it.

				 Special character device

				 32-bit device drive (x86)

				 64-bit device driver (x86)

       See attributes(5) for a description of the following attribute:

       │Architecture   │ SPARC, x86	 │

       dladm(1M),   ndd(1M),   netstat(1M),   driver.conf(4),	attributes(5),
       ieee802.3(5), dlpi(7P), streamio(7I)

       Writing Device Drivers

       Network Interface Guide

       STREAMS Programmer's Guide

       IEEE 802.3ae Specification, 2002

				 Sep 11, 2009			      ATGE(7D)

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