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SubjectRe: [OFF-TOPIC] 4 ports ETH cards
Hi Dan,
yes it's more or less like this. I got many mail explaining me.
I will forward the most interesting to you.

Thanks
Fabio

Dan Hollis wrote:
>
> On Tue, 29 May 2001, Fabbione wrote:
> > I found some cards based on the DEC 21*4* chips but when
> > I asked for more details I got a strange answer from the reseller
> > like that this card is able to work only half-duplex and the chip has
> > only one mac-address for the 4 eth cards (really strange).
>
> This sounds like it's not a 4 port card, but a 4 port hub-card. (Eg a card
> with integrated 4-port hub)
>
> -Dan

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