paul at xciv.org
Tue Oct 15 13:30:57 BST 2002
"Andrew" <andrew.hodgson at blueyonder.co.uk> wrote:
> Has anyone got experience with these things? That is to say, can they
> do anything a single port card can't do? My hope is that each port can
Pretty much like having two regular cards I should think, some o/s let
you do trunking or bonding so you can join both cards together on the
same switch, but I don't think FreeBSD can do that?
> be used independently (one is 10Mb, one is 100Mb) so my (hypothetical)
> NAT box only needs one card rather than two.
I would expect that they are both 10/100, it just depends what you have
connected to each interface.
> I guess I mean, can each port have a unique MAC address?
What is the dmesg output? I should think they would have?
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