Bananian Linux

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0000092Bananian Linux[All Projects] Networkpublic2015-01-09 05:502016-03-20 22:12
Assigned ToNico 
StatusresolvedResolutionunable to reproduce 
Product Version 
Target VersionFixed in Version 
Summary0000092: lan port speed issue in banana pi router board
DescriptionWe are experimenting with banana-pi router board loaded with default Bananian Linux image. I observed that packet throughput on the vlan configured as the lan interface is limited to 10Mbps speed.

Indeed for the port mapped to vlan102 ( treated as the lan ), it shows the speed 10baseT

root# swconfig dev eth0 port 4 get link
port:4 link:up speed:10baseT full-duplex auto

whereas for the port mapped to vlan101 ( treated as the wan), it shows the speed 1000baseT as expected.

root # swconfig dev eth0 port 3 get link
port:3 link:up speed:1000baseT full-duplex auto

we tried to manually override the speed, but it fails.

# swconfig dev eth0 port 4 set link "speed:1000baseT full-duplex"

Is there any fix available for this issue?

Following link talks about the patch for generic support for port speed/link advertisement control in openwrt ... -August/016520.html

Is there any similar fix available for bananian linux source?

Given below is bananian linux version that we run.
# uname -a
Linux 3.4.104+ 0000014 SMP PREEMPT Thu Dec 4 07:48:02 UTC 2014 armv7l GNU/Linux
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guest (viewer)
2015-01-09 06:44

full link is: [^]
Nico (manager)
2016-03-20 22:12

unable to reproduce or fixed in the meantime. closed

- Issue History
Date Modified Username Field Change
2015-01-09 05:50 guest New Issue
2015-01-09 06:44 guest Note Added: 0000137
2016-03-20 22:12 Nico Note Added: 0000341
2016-03-20 22:12 Nico Status new => resolved
2016-03-20 22:12 Nico Resolution open => unable to reproduce
2016-03-20 22:12 Nico Assigned To => Nico

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