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Old Aug 12, 2003, 06:50 PM
stinkin_thinkin stinkin_thinkin is offline
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Default 16/4 network card

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I want to link up 2 pc's. I have got two network cards but one says tokenlink III 16/4.

the other is ethernet 10/100

will i be able to hook these two together?

thanks for reading
Old Aug 13, 2003, 05:01 AM
duffy90210 duffy90210 is offline
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Simple answer is no, TokenRing is a IBM technology, you will need a MAU (like a router for a normal 10/100 cards), this is hard to come by now plus expensive (I think we had a few that used as door stoppers).

Your best bet is to get a cheap normal 10/100 PCI network card for a few pounds and use that instead.

Old Aug 13, 2003, 09:35 AM
stinkin_thinkin stinkin_thinkin is offline
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oh well, thanks for the info duffy90210
Old Aug 13, 2003, 04:21 PM
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yer and i've got loads sat under my desk!

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