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    SubjectRe: [OT] 4 port ethernet cards in Linux?
    On Thu, 24 Feb 2000, Jeff Noxon wrote:

    > I just gave up on that same thing... I'm fed up with tulips and I didn't
    > get a good feeling for the Adaptec starfire driver. I ordered 2-port
    > Intel EtherExpress Pro/100 lan adapters yesterday, and we plan to put
    > two per machine. If you want to know how they work out, e-mail me back.
    > I'm not doing any channel bonding with them though.
    >
    > Good luck
    >
    > Jeff
    >
    > On Thu, Feb 24, 2000 at 08:05:09PM +0100, Pedro M. Rodrigues wrote:
    > >
    > > Hello all! This may be off-topic, but does anyone has experience
    > > with 4 port ethernet cards in Linux? How good are their drivers, are
    > > they open-source and do they provide channel bonding with any
    > > kind of switching equipment? I´ve seen Phobos sell some with
    > > Linux support, but now they seem to just license the technology to
    > > OEM´s.

    I bought D-Link 4-port adapter which uses DEC DC21152 chipset.
    It work like a dream and it's fast. It is also very cheap. Here
    in Finland Adaptec and 3Com 2-port nics costs about $300. And 4-port
    D-Link nic costs only $230.

    --> Jarno Lähteenmäki (25.02.2000)
    --> Telecenter Oy / Espoo


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