NIC card ioctl for speed
Date: Thu, 10 Feb 2005 06:48:37 +0530
I have been trying to get the speed (operating / max) of
network interfaces present in a system programmatically
The only ioctls that seem to give me this data seems to be
However MII has a max reporting limit of 100 mbps and ETH
seemd to have a max of 1 Gig.
Ami correct so far ?
If so, how does one find speeds of cards operating above
1 Gig, apart from scanning dmesg logs ?
And why is it that, MII inspite of having arrived on the
scene after ETHTOOL, support only upto 100mbps ?
thanks in advance
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