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BJohn27
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RE: Older Intel Pro 100VE Network Adaptor

I have spent a small fortune in time trying to find the specs on this desktop adaptor and searching through the volume of information on the Intel Support site I was unable to find anything of value to help me try and identify what kind of a card this is - PCI, PCI Express or What? Can someone please help shed some light on this mysterious card. I would like to put them to use old as they may be but I still have a lot of legacy equipment that still works

Thanks! And hope someone can help me out on this one.

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BJohn27
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Again, my question still exists through the mountain of information presented at Intel.com, I have read tons of information on this card but nothing really tells me what I am looking for. A CNR. card? Is that some kind of vendor specific thing?

AP16
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The Wikipedia article given contain all information needed about CNR. Here is a card picture -

http://i.kontest.ru/g/000/082/553/82553/CNLA6000PK.jpg http://i.kontest.ru/g/000/082/553/82553/CNLA6000PK.jpg , just a PHY chip and electrical schemes - all logic was inside south bridges of that time. Unlikely you will find anything suitable for such card - support was dropped around i845 chipset line.

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