Guys,
You can get a two slot chassis for a mini-ITX or flex-ATX board. The Travla 
C137 can take a 2-slot riser, though you are limited to using a 2.5" HDD. I 
used one of these chassis' for my primary router, with two 3Com 3C905TX NIC's 
installed. Although present and working, I don't use the onboard NIC; though 
the problems I had may have been with the cable modem, not the NIC.

Caseoutlet sells them, but you can get more info on them from Travla. (http://
www.travla.com/Products/C137/c137.html)

Keep in mind, the onboard NIC is there, so all you really need is one 
additional PCI NIC.

Regards,
Seth Henry

On Tuesday 13 January 2004 01:37, [EMAIL PROTECTED] wrote:
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> From: Chris Howells <[EMAIL PROTECTED]>
> Subject: Re: Mini atx for firewall
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> On Wednesday 19 November 2003 14:24, Francisco Reyes wrote:
> > 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.
>
> I just got a 4 port Adaptec NIC very very cheaply from ebay (about £20 GBP,
> which included international shipping). Works great with de(4).
>
> I had the same problem with lack of PCI slots, †my server/router is
> mini-ATX based and so only has three PCI slots, so it's working great now
> with PCI IDE ,SCSI and 4 port net.

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