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SubjectRe: Best gigabit card for linux
Colin Frank wrote:
>
> In the following test. I was able to achieve close to 40 MegaBytes
> per second using the packet engines Hamachi driver.
>
> http://www.linuxcare.com/labs/sol-val/3w-esc6800-web.epl
> Test done with:
> Packet engines Hamachi card
> 3ware escalade 6800
> 2.2.16 kernel.
> Cisco 6500
> 10 - 20 client machines each with eepro100 cards
>
> Colin...

I've had good luck with the Netgear GA620, and it's very cheap
too... I was testing on the 2.4.3 kernel and RH 7.0. It worked
w/out problem.

It's a fiber NIC.

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