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SubjectRe: New gigabit cards

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>Some of the products seem so new that their manufactuors have little to no
>information available about them on their webpage. One that I found, had
>conflicting specs and claimed to only have a 32kbyte recieve buffer.


whatever you do dont buy a gigabit card with a small buffer and 32bits.
32bits isnt enough to do gigabit, even with a large buffer.

db


>They all seem to claim Linux support.
>
>Anyone benchmark any of these new gigabit cards under Linux?
>
>Asante:
>FriendlyNet GigaNIX 1000TPC (Cu) $149.99
>
>D-Link:
>DGe-500T 32bit 10/100/1000 (Cu) $106.99
>
>ADDtron:
>AEG-320T 10/100/1000 32bit (Cu) $119.99
>AEG-620T 10/100/1000 64bit (Cu) $129.99
>AEG-320FX 1000 32bit (SiO2) $169.99
>AEG-620FX 1000 64bit (SiO2) $179.99
>
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