good commodity NIC
Michael T. Prinkey
mprinkey at aeolusresearch.com
Tue Oct 23 11:43:11 PDT 2001
I would echo the recommendation FA310. Add to that list another tulip
workalike, the Linksys LNE100. Revision 4 of that card has the
advantage of fitting in either a 3.3v or 5v PCI slot. Intel EEPro 100
also does a fine job, but I only use them if they are integrated on the
motherboard (Supermicro 370DLE, Intel 850GB-LAN).
Aeolus Research, Inc.
"Jon E. Mitchiner" wrote:
> Ive had excellent experience with the Netgear FA310 network card. It is
> 10/100, and usually around $20-$25. I would avoid the FA311 and FA312
> series as Ive had problems getting those to run in specific AMD chipsets.
> Jon E. Mitchiner
> Minotaur Technologies
> AOL IM [http://www.aol.com/aim] MinotaurT
> ----- Original Message -----
> From: "Gabriel J. Weinstock" <gabriel.weinstock at dnamerican.com>
> To: <beowulf at beowulf.org>
> Sent: Tuesday, October 23, 2001 2:09 PM
> Subject: good commodity NIC
> > Hi
> > Does anyone have recommendations for a reasonably affordable (preferably
> > $30-$40) 10/100Mbps NIC? I would like to go with a 3Com card, and
> > Linux compatability is very important. We've had a number of problems with
> > the 3Com OfficeConnect card and etherboot as well as a few other programs.
> > We're planning on channel bonding these; 4 to a node.
> > Thanks,
> > Gabe
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