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    SubjectIs the Intel Etherexpress Pro/100+ supported?
    The Intel etherexpress pro/100+ is based on the i82258 chip whereas 
    the 2.1.x kernel driver is for the pro/100 using the i82257 chip.

    Does anyone know whether the new chip is compatible with the old
    driver, or whether there is a new driver for the new chip?

    Also, it appears that Compaq are selling cards with the same chip
    ('Netelligent 10/100TX PCI Intel UTP Controller'). Does anyone have
    any experience using these from a stability/performance point of
    view?

    Thanks in advance,

    -D

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