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    Command:

    rgephy

    
         To compile all available PHY drivers into the kernel, place the following
         line in your kernel configuration file:
    
               device miibus
    
         Alternatively, to selectively compile this driver into the kernel, place
         the following lines in your kernel configuration file instead:
    
               device mii
               device rgephy
    
    
    

    DESCRIPTION

         The rgephy driver supports the RealTek RTL8168, RTL8169, RTL8110 and
         RTL8211 series integrated 10/100/1000 Gigabit Ethernet PHYs.
    
         In order to get a list of media types and options supported by a specific
         instance of the rgephy driver, run ifconfig -m on the instance of its
         parent MAC driver.
    
         Additionally, the rgephy driver supports the following special media
         option:
    
         flag0  When manually setting media type and options via ifconfig(8), the
                rgephy driver by default also triggers an autonegotiation adver-
                tising the selected media.  This is done in order to work around
                hardware issues in certain scenarios.  It is believed that this
                behavior does not cause harm in general but in fact can have an
                adverse effect in edge cases.  In order to manually set the media
                type and options without also triggering an autonegotiation, the
                rgephy driver allows to turn this behavior off via the flag0 media
                option.
    
         Note that this special media option will not show up in the output of
         ifconfig(8), even when set.
    
    
    

    EXAMPLES

         Manually set 100BASE-TX full-duplex without also triggering an autonego-
         tiation:
    
               ifconfig re0 media 100baseTX mediaopt full-duplex,flag0
    
    
    

    SEE ALSO

         intro(4), miibus(4), ifconfig(8)
    
    
    

    BSD January 16, 2011 BSD

    
    
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