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[Xen-users] Re: Xen 3.1 on Debian Etch: Dom0 eth0 dead (Florian Engelmann)

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>> After some tests it looks like bridgeing with the dell powerdege 2900
>> onboard broadcom nic does not work. I changed to eth2 (intel pro 1000)
>> and everything works fine. kernel bug?

I had a similar problem on a 2950. I solved it by downloading a tool from Dell as described in this post:

Good luck!
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