Re: Multiple Ethernet Cards

Subject: Re: Multiple Ethernet Cards
From: Jason P. Stanford (jps3@Lehigh.EDU)
Date: Mon Dec 06 1999 - 11:14:14 MST

I believe this card, as supplied by Apple, is based on the DEC Tulip

"Frank M. Lazar" wrote:
> writes:
> >I have a beige G3 tower that came with a 10BaseT ethernet card, and
> >into which I have installed a 100BaseT PCI card. My YDL box is set
> >up to use eth1 which is the PCI card, and the built in eth0 card is
> >inactive.
> Which ethernet card is this? A lot of us here are waiting on your answer?
> :)
> Frank Lazar Technical Manager
> Copytone Visual Communications
> Voice:212-575-0235 Fax:212-764-0985

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