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Re: Network card advice



On Sat, Nov 09, 2002 at 01:47:35PM -0500, Michael W. Burden wrote:
> "fxp" would be any NIC that uses the DEC 21040 (tulip) chipset.
> There are a number of cards from a number of manufacturers that
> use this chipset.   Most cards using this chipset are 10/100,
> although I did see at least one card that was 100mb only.

Under OpenBSD the fxp driver usually means Intel PCI NICs.  

Look under "Ethernet Adapters" at http://www.openbsd.org/i386.html .

The tulip chipset are either "dc" or "de" .

Cordially
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