Linux Networking/FDDI< Linux Networking
FDDI device names are `fddi0', `fddi1', `fddi2' etc. The first card detected by the kernel is assigned `fddi0' and the rest are assigned sequentially in the order they are detected.
Larry Stefani, firstname.lastname@example.org, has developed a driver for the Digital Equipment Corporation FDDI EISA and PCI cards.
Kernel Compile Options:
Network device support ---> [*] FDDI driver support [*] Digital DEFEA and DEFPA adapter support
When you have your kernel built to support the FDDI driver and installed, configuration of the FDDI interface is almost identical to that of an ethernet interface. You just specify the appropriate FDDI interface name in the ifconfig and route commands.