Re: recommendation for gbit sx card?
Good question. I would say: sk98lin-based, so "syskonnect.de" should be
a source. We use their sk98lin based "copper" cards a lot (original and
OEM like 3c940). We have one or two 1000BaseSX here too.
The chipset is also known as "marvell/yukon".
Reading the OpenBSD man pages it gets clear that alteon based cards
should give a better performance, because they have a own cpu on the card.
Just my $.02.
Franz Georg Köhler wrote:
can anyone here recommend a gbit sx network adapter (multimode) which
does work fine under linux?
Is there any chipset with NAPI support in today's kernels?
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