On Wed, 8 Mar 2000 david_hamilton3 at hp.com wrote:
> Hi All,
> Where can I get my mits on some nice cheap universally compatible 10/100
> network cards?
> I recently got a 10/100 switch from www.dabs.com for next to nothing, and
> would like to get a few more 100Mbit cards to use with it.
someone suggested genius cards, afaik they're the ISA NE2000 clones,
right? Anyway, stay away from them - cheap and nasty.
get a good DS21143 tulip based card. Netgear's PCI cards are based on
this chip and are pretty cheap too. (why spend 15 quid on a nasty card
when you could get a real good one for 30?)
Best place to find out about whether a card is supported is
Some D-Links are tulip based too.
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