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NICS, HUBS and switches.

Actually, a switch may be best because it also supports full duplex where 
hubs do not.
"Brian J. Conway" wrote:

> I wouldn't really call it overkill.  If you walk into a local CompUSA,
> you can find a SohoWare 10/100 autosensing switch for about 90 bucks,
> whereas their 10/100 autosensing hub model is about 70 (5 ports on
> both).  Pick up a couple according to your needs and you'll be set. 
> Certainly can't beat the throughput.
Jerry Feldman <gaf at>
Boston Linux and Unix user group

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