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    > Alan> per packet tx/rx irq's are just the current very primitive
    > Alan> network card design
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    > Sure, but even 80000 divided by 10 is an awful lot ;-)

    8000 irqs per second is about what you take from a 16450 UART with a fast
    modem. If you have enough buffering you can get down to 0 IRQs too,m you just
    need about 8Mbytes of on card buffering for RX/TX




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