I have a bunch of these (8000s actually) for a testbed network. work like a
treat... go fanless if you can...
I did have some hassles with the onboard via network connection not coping
with long vlan tagged packets... Not sure if this is still an issue, but the
vlan man page lists compatible devices if this is an issue for you.
also you can get PCI doublers... no idea how well they work, but! anyone had
experience of them?
On Thu, 20 Nov 2003 01:24 am, Francisco Reyes wrote:
> Anyone used a mini ATX machine with FreeBSD?
> Have a client that has a space limitation and a mini atx machine like
> Would be perfect for him.
> My primary concern is the network card. Since these small machines only
> have one PCI slot I will add one card for the internal network and then
> would need the onboard card to connect to the outside world.
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