Re: Suggestions please for a 10/100MB Network card
If you're looking for cheap, reasonably good and easy to install cards, I
could surely recommend a card with the Realtek 8139 10/100mbit chipset.
Allmost all cheap 10/100mbit cards have this chip, and work fantastic. Off
course, being 2 to 3 times cheaper than e.g. a 3Com card, you shouldn't
expect smashing performance. You get what you pay for.
I also have a pci 3com 905 100mbit card. It seems a bit faster, and
installation was equaly easy. But it's a lot more expensive.
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From: "Andrew Pritchard" <email@example.com>
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Sent: Wednesday, October 17, 2001 7:06 PM
Subject: Suggestions please for a 10/100MB Network card
> Has anyone had any experiences (good or bad) with 10/100Mb Network cards.
> going to go into a Debian potato box running the 2.4 kernel from Bunk. Any
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> Andrew Pritchard
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