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Linksys PCMCIA 10/100 card

Just a followup on this. After reading Mark Dulcey's explanation I returned 
the 16 bit PCMPC100 and purchased a Netgear cardbus PCMCIA card.
My benchmark results between my desktop computer and the laptop through a 
switch is now about 88 Mbps TCP and about 89Mbps UDP which is very 

The bottom line is that if you want 100Mbps performance use a cardbus 
pcmcia card.

BTW: The Neatgear came up immediately with no software configuyration 
Jerry Feldman <gaf at>
Boston Linux and Unix user group

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