D-Link DFE-530TX 10/100 NIC supported?

D-Link DFE-530TX 10/100 NIC supported?

Post by Richard H. Almquis » Sat, 22 Aug 1998 04:00:00


The Ethernet-HOWTO doesn't list this card but it uses the DEC 21140
chip so I think it may work with linux. Can anyone confirm this?

For a two node network, can I use a crossover cable instead of a hub?

Is there any advantage to a hub other than supporting more nodes?

Richard Almquist


1. D-Link 10/100 (DFE-530TX) Mbps NIC Support?

I've found that it is supported (vr0), but I'm actually have
a hardware /bios detection problem.  Still need help with Samba however.


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