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  Ethernet - Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia
Ethernet was originally based on the idea of computers communicating over a shared coaxial cable acting as a broadcast transmission medium.
Due to the ubiquity of Ethernet, the ever-decreasing cost of the hardware needed to support it and the reduced panel space needed by twisted pair Ethernet, most manufacturers now build the functionality of an Ethernet card directly into PC motherboards obviating the need for installation of a separate network card.
The Ethernet Version 2 or Ethernet II frame, the so-called DIX frame (named after DEC, Intel, and Xerox); this is the most common today, as it is often used directly by the Internet Protocol.
en.wikipedia.org /wiki/Ethernet   (4573 words)

 Ethernet Card Installation
Ethernet is more than 200 times faster than a modem, and allows 24-hour-a-day uninterrupted connections without tying up your phone line.
If the card is not configured properly, the computer may not boot, or it may freeze up without an error message.
Configuration and use of these cards is generally trivial for Macintosh and Windows 95, and extremely difficult under Windows 3.1 and NT because they lack "plug and play" support.
micro.uoregon.edu /getconnected/attach.html   (686 words)

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Note that all the PROM values are doubled for a 16 bit card, and that the ethernet address (00:00:c0:b0:05:65) appears in the first row, and the double 0x57 signature appears at the end of the PROM.
Worse yet is that the non-intelligent cards typically require the processor to move the data between the card and the computer memory, so in a worst case scenario the lock will be held the whole time that it takes to move each 1.5kB data packet over an ISA bus.
Ethernet Cards for Linux on Alpha/AXP PCI Boards As of v2.0, only the 3c509, depca, de4x5, pcnet32, and all the 8390 drivers (wd, smc-ultra, ne, 3c503, etc.) have been made `architecture independent' so as to work on the DEC Alpha CPU based systems.
www.ibiblio.org /pub/Linux/docs/HOWTO/Ethernet-HOWTO   (21341 words)

 Installing the Ethernet Card
DEC is one of the few vendors that continues to ship cards that do not emulate one of the standards (NE2000 or 3C509) and require their own Drivers.
All vendors make Ethernet cards for all types of connectors, and some cards support all three types of connection on the same card.
This problem is usually caused when the Memory on the card was not disabled and the EMM386 memory optimizer supplied with DOS or windows tries to use the enabled memory location for other purposes.
www.yale.edu /pclt/WINWORLD/ENETCARD.HTM   (1240 words)

 Crossover Cable - Ethernet Crossover Cables, Ethernet card to Ethernet card type, RS-232 Serial Crossover Cables, PC to ...
Ethernet is the most popular and considered the networking topology standard for most computer connections.
Ethernet has two pairs of wires in a twisted pair setup: one pair for transmit and one for receive.
Ethernet crossover cables are often used in home networks when connecting two ethernet computers without a hub.
discountcablesusa.com /crossover-cables.html   (734 words)

 Ethernet   (Site not responding. Last check: 2007-10-30)
Ethernet allows communication between workstations and are "Networked" by the use of transceivers(MAU - Medium Attachment Unit), transceiver cables(AUI), Shielded coaxial cables and commonly used Unshieled Twisted Pair(UTP) and Shielded Twited Pair(STP).
Sun reserved ethernet range starts with 8:0:20:xx:xx:xx The QFE is presently the only Sun ethernet card that has unique Ethernet Numbers, and future cards are expected to use this feature.
If the Ethernet cable is disconnected, SPARC machines with the sun4m architecture usually display this message, whereas machines with the sun4c architecture usually display the "le0: No carrier-- transceiver cable problem" message instead.
www.zwedruinternational.com /Bundled/ethernet.html   (6843 words)

 Installing an Ethernet Card
WARNING: The Ethernet Card is installed in a PC or server that operates with voltages that can be lethal.
This chapter describes how to install an Ethernet Card in your PC or server and connect it to the network, Although this page only describes UTP interface cards the principle is the same for BNC Ethernet Cards.
The Ethernet Card Pictures are reproduced without permission from 3Com Communications Ltd and are the copyright of 3Com Communications Ltd
www.sussex.ac.uk /USCS/NSG/nic/nic.shtml   (392 words)

 Installing an Ethernet Card Under Windows
There is an Ethernet card inside your machine, but you aren't sure that Windows XP has been configured properly for it.
Another adapter is often supplied with the card, and connects the twisted pair network cable into the side of the card.
If your ethernet card is still not working right, or was never detected by the computer, you should follow these steps to install and configure the card by hand.
www.trincoll.edu /depts/cc/documentation/dorms_and_pcs/nic/nicXP.htm   (2237 words)

 The 6400 Zone - Ethernet Card Info
This card goes in the same slot as your internal modem uses so you will have to remove it before inserting the ethernet card.
Seeing you are recording ethernet card info, both of the 6400's here have Sonic Systems Inc PCI 10 cards in and they work without problems under OS 8.1.
The card was recognized and after changing the configuration from modem to ethernet I was on my LAN and into the internet.
www.zone6400.com /files/ethernet_cards.html   (3796 words)

 pci Ethernet card - Plug-n-Play PCI Ethernet Adapter
The Plug-n-Play pci ethernet adapter from IBM is ideal for connecting small home networks.
This pci network card is a high performance card which is easy to use and works on the plug and play mechanism.
For all these features this ethernet adapter card comes at a very affordable price making this a best buy ethernet card.
www.ishopage.com /computers/hardware/pci_comp_013.htm   (121 words)

 Range Card, Invitation Card, Ethernet Card, Card Hands, Birthday Card
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 Realtek ethernet card
I just bought a Realtek RTL8029(AS) network card, I put it in my computer on a PCI slot, but Zeta don't seem to recognize it.
This card is NE2000 compatible - you need to use NE2000 to get it to work.
I just noticed that the same person who posted this thread here also posted the same problem over at the YellowTab forum and in that thread he says he solved his problem.
forums.begroovy.com /index.php?topic=4819.0   (521 words)

Ethernet Adapter Card allows you to hook your TiVo up to your network.
card, is alive and well with the latest software release from TiVo for the standalone TiVo.
The assembled TurboNET cards are completely tested to insure they are in working condition when they are shipped.
www.9thtee.com /turbonet.htm   (876 words)

 Ethernet PC Cards
The following Ethernet PC Cards are compatible with Windows CE and the Pocket PC.
Also, you can use a CompactFlash Ethernet card with a PC Card adapter in a PC Card slot.
All Ethernet cards that have the Microsoft Powered by Windows CE logo next to them are certified to work with all Windows CE devices.
www.pocketpcfaq.com /peripherals/pccardethernet.htm   (455 words)

 Ethernet Card E453
Just plug your 10Base-T or 10Base-2 Ethernet connection into our card and the E453 automatically configures to the proper network topology.
This 10 Mbps card complies with Plug-n-Play specifications to aid your PC in recognizing our Ethernet card and hardware configuration.
So whether you are networking your PC at home or setting up the largest network on the planet, our card can meet your needs.
www.macsense.com /product/ethernetcardpc/e453_b.html   (164 words)

 Belkin PCI 10/100BT Ethernet Card (Belkin-F5D5000) - PriceGrabber.com
Description: The Belkin Desktop Network PCI Card for PC computers is the best solution for connecting your 32-bit PCI local bus desktop computer to a broadband Internet modem or building a 10/100 Base-T Ethernet network.
Easy to install, the card plugs into any available PCI expansion slot and lets you connect your PC to a cable or DSL modem, as well as share files and peripherals with computers that are connected to the network.
An added Wake on LAN feature keeps resources available to the network, even when the computers are in sleep mode.
www.pricegrabber.com /search_getprod.php?masterid=438442   (228 words)

 Ethernet Card   (Site not responding. Last check: 2007-10-30)
We knew that the card should work in linux because it was working in unix.
The card is an Accton en2242 and here is the driver.
Here is the information to compile it from scratch.
www.likelinux.50g.com /html/ethernet_card.html   (624 words)

 10/100 Ethernet PCMCIA Card
Make the most of the PCs in your home or office and of the broadband Internet access connecting you to the world with the USRobotics 10/100 Ethernet PCMCIA Card.
As with all USRobotics products, our 10/100 Ethernet PCMCIA Card is designed for easy installation and for use with the widest range of hardware and operating systems, including DOS, Windows, and NetWare.
Online upgradability and downloadable software ensure that the USRobotics 10/100 Ethernet PCMCIA Card will continue to meet your changing needs.
www.usr.com /products/networking/networking-product.asp?sku=USR997901   (248 words)

 eBay.co.uk - Ethernet Card, network card, ethernet adapter, Networking items at low prices   (Site not responding. Last check: 2007-10-30)
Belkin 10/100 Fast Ethernet Desktop PC Network PCI Card
USB Ethernet 100Mbps LAN Network Adapter Card RJ45 d2
PCMCIA 10/100 ethernet network LAN Card RJ45/RJ-45 N06
search.ebay.co.uk /Ethernet-Card_W0QQfclZ4QQfnuZ1   (283 words)

 LANceGS Ethernet Card for Apple II   (Site not responding. Last check: 2007-10-30)
LANceGS Ethernet Card for Apple II LANceGS Ethernet Card for Apple II
///SHH Systeme has selected A2Central.com to provide the support web site for the LANceGS ethernet card for Apple II computers.
The LANceGS card provides ethernet networking support for Apple II computers, and includes a driver for the Marinetti TCP/IP stack.
lancegs.a2central.com   (66 words)

 Linux Ethernet-Howto
This is the Ethernet-Howto, which is a compilation of information about which ethernet devices can be used for Linux, and how to set them up.
Note that this Howto is focused on the hardware and low level driver aspect of the ethernet cards, and does not cover the software end of things like
1.5 Type of cable that your card should support
www.tldp.org /HOWTO/Ethernet-HOWTO.html   (149 words)

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