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RE: [Edk2 Dev] Regarding network stack

Subject: RE: [Edk2 Dev] Regarding network stack

From: Jeff Fan <jeff.fan@intel.com>

To: dev@edk2.tianocore.org

Date: 2009-04-16 01:18:04

XiaoChen,

 

Could you provide the current Shell version you used to me for verification?

 

Thanks!

Jeff

 

From: Xiaochen Xin [mailto:xcxin@byosoft.com.cn]
Sent: Wednesday, April 15, 2009 5:08 PM
To: dev@edk2.tianocore.org
Subject: RE: [Edk2 Dev] Regarding network stack

 

Jeff,

 

We have this issue too. Our firmware supports UEFI 2.10.

But the problem will be disappeared  if we changed the Shell to a older version. Sorry I forgot the correct version number.

 

Hope this can help.

 

Thanks

XC

 

From: Jeff Fan [mailto:jeff.fan@intel.com]
Sent: Wednesday, April 15, 2009 4:31 PM
To: dev@edk2.tianocore.org
Cc: Risbud, Vinayak P
Subject: RE: [Edk2 Dev] Regarding network stack

 

“Ifconfig” is only used for UEFI 2.0 or upper network stack. The one you used is EFI1.10 network drivers. You are suggested to use “ipconfig” to configurate your ip address.

 

Jeff

 

From: Vinayak Risbud [mailto:vinayak.p.risbud@intel.com]
Sent: Monday, April 13, 2009 10:26 PM
To: dev@edk2.tianocore.org
Cc: Risbud, Vinayak P
Subject: [Edk2 Dev] Regarding network stack

 

I am trying to do some socket programming in EFI.  I have installed network driver and tcpipv4.efi

When I run ipconfig.efi, I get an error

 

fs0:\test\em64t> ifconfig

IfConfig: Locate protocol error - 'Ip4Config protocol'

IfConfig: Failed to retrieve all NICs' configure data, Not Found

 

Also see the attachment.

 

What could be the problem ?

 

Thanks 

Vinayak Risbud | BIOS Development | SMSD, EPSD, SPG, DEG, Intel | BDC SSB1-C1062 | +91(80) 2603 1362/1619

 


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