Old stuff

From: Kip Crosby <engine_at_chac.org>
Date: Fri Nov 7 22:20:01 1997

At 03:34 11/8/97 GMT, you wrote:
>....in my experience
>with IBM network cards, if they're a round (i.e. BNC) connector,
>they're probably the old "baseband" stuff that uses lots of coax cable
>and a hub/amplifier, and work only with IBM PC-LAN Program and
>NetBEUI....the number 2Mb/sec comes
>to mind....

Are we talking about Arcnet here? When I think 2Mb/sec, BNC connector, and
8-bit bus, I think Arcnet, but there may have been others....

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Received on Fri Nov 07 1997 - 22:20:01 GMT

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