multiport ethernet PCI cards

David Grant dgrant at atipa.com
Tue Jan 2 12:49:40 EST 2001


We've used Intel Quad port Ethernet cards with much success.  ( EEPro
cards.....)

One of my larger cluster clients.. ( Conoco..) has standardized on this
card....

David A. Grant
Northeastern US,  District Manager
Atipa Linux Solutions/ DCG Computers
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Manchester, NH 03109
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From: "Gerry Creager" <gerry at cs.tamu.edu>
To: <beowulf at beowulf.org>
Sent: Tuesday, January 02, 2001 12:18 PM
Subject: multiport ethernet PCI cards


> Looking for hardware suggestions.  We're not building a 'Wulf this time,
> but a virtual network engineering lab, and these will aid (and abet)
> linux-based routers.
>
> I'm looking for 2- and 4-port 100BT cards.  Any suggestions, especially
> based on experience, are appreciated!
>
> Thanks, gerry
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