Compliant with PCI Express Specification Revision 1.1
Support 1-Lane (x1) PCI Express throughput supports rate of 2.5 Gb/s
Support 1000BASE-T, 100BASE-TX, and 10BASE-T
Compatible with IEEE 802.3, 802.3x, 802.3u, 802.1Q
Automatic speed negotiation and smart speed shift down.
Compliant with PCI Express Specification Revision 1.1. Support 1-Lane (x1) PCI Express throughput supports rate of 2.5 Gb/s. Support 1000BASE-T, 100BASE-TX, and 10BASE-T. Compatible with IEEE 802.3, 802.3x, 802.3u, 802.1Q. Automatic speed negotiation and smart speed shift down. Support address filtering for unicast, multicast and broadcast. Interrupt coalescing support. Ipv4, TCP, UDP CheckSum offload support. TCP large packet segmentation support. Driver supported 2000, 2003 Server, XP 32/64-bit, Vista 32/64-bit
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This little card is priced right, and the driver for it is in virtually all Linux distributions for a couple of years now. I use it to handle traffic from our wireless AP. We occassionally get "Too much work at interrupt" messages when the card is under moderate to light load, but it doesn't seem to affect much. It any data is lost, it must be being handled by TCP retransmissions. By moderate to light I mean 5-8 MB/s. It's wireless N, so it's basically just a tad slower than 10/100 Mbit, and this card is a 1000 Mbit, so it should be capable of handling much, much higher load, but hey, whatever. The load comes when my Macbook is doing a Time Machine backup, so I suppose the problem *could* be on the Mac side, but like I said, hey, whatever.
I am very dissapointed with this product. First I thought I was seeing things when it would not fit in a standard (HP) desktop full height slot. I checked and checked, then finally compared it to another PCIe card and found the people in china whomade it did not measure right. The bracket is to high, meaning when it is plugged in the PCIe slot, the bracket is about 1/4" (7mm) too high. If I 'forced it down' and put on the slot screw, the card would bulge the case surround and then the card would be cockeyed in the PCIe slot (as well as under undue stress). I did not want to power it up under these conditions as I was concerned it could short the motherboard. OK, I figured someone screwed up somewhere, so being quite technically savy I will 'fix' this blunder (I confirmed this mistake on other PC cases and compared the card to several normal PCIe cards, I had to prove to myself I was not seeing things).
Anyway, after having to 'modify' the card's bracket, which included...
This PCI-E Gigabit card had some trouble!! So, Not advise to buy it. Just kept overheat and stop running network card every time I do data transferring..
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