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Re: [K12OSN] Re: New amer.com switch troubles



The 10/100/1000 is a PCI card. There is an onboard NIC but it is only 10/100 and it is being used for the incoming internet. Both are running on an "eepro" driver (and I know the driver name said "100" and "1000" respectively).

David Trask wrote:
"Support list for opensource software in schools." <k12osn redhat com> on
Tuesday, January 3, 2006 at 11:10 PM +0000 wrote:

Which gig intel nic?

http://support.intel.com/support/network/browsebyindex.htm#PRO1000



oooh!  One issue you might also run into....if it has a Marvell chipset
(only certain ones bother) you may also have an issue.  Is this an onboard
NIC?  Intel motherboards are now coming (often as I have some) with dual
NIC's but one is done with one chipset and the other with another.  On one
of my servers...it shows up as one being an Intel and one being a
Marvell...even though it is a genuine Intel mobo.

David N. Trask
Technology Teacher/Director
Vassalboro Community School
dtrask vcsvikings org
(207)923-3100


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