Using high speed serial boards

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The newest patch: May 28, 2006


Dec.7,1997:Fix probing problem on RSA-DV II/S
May 1,1998:Support ZyXEL mode on SP111AT
May 1,1998:Support PnP on RSA-DV II/S
Apr. 24,1999:Support RSA-DV/S (Only for 3.1-RELEASE or later)
Jun. 27,1999:Support VScom 200PCI (Alpha quality. Only for 3.2, 3.3 and 3.4-RELEASE)
Nov. 9,2002:Support Lava Computers Dual-650 PCI(Only for 4.7-RELEASE)


Max baud rate of general serial ports is 115Kbps. But, its rate is not enough to use MP on ISDN. Over 115Kbps is needed.

So, I have made a patch for serial driver that supports some high speed serial boards. After appling the patch, sio driver allows over 115Kbps on high speed serial boards.

About the patch

The patch supports following boards.

(The VScom 200 PCI board is supported by 3.2, 3.3 and 3.4-RELEASE patch.)


These archives contain 'sio-??????.patch' or 'sio???-????????.patch'.
Appry it to the source tree of FreeBSD.

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