[rescue] Xircom Netstation 8100
William W. Arnold
warnold at vipnet.org
Wed Oct 1 15:02:50 CDT 2003
In article <ELEGJGCPAMHCEECHCGDNEEKBDGAA.shel at cmhcsys.com> you write:
>There is a standard for powering things over Ethernet, called, oddly enough,
>"Power Over Ethernet" or "POE". Also known as "IEEE 802.3af". It's a very
>recent standard, however (June 2003, I think) so older gear may not comply.
Probably not helpfull, since the NetStation we have predates the
aquisition by intel in 2001. There was a www.xircom.com url on the bottom,
which redirected to the intel site. Unfortunatly I can't find any relevent
specs on the intel site.
>Xircom is now part of Intel.
Unfortunatly there's very little info about the NetStation on their site.
If I can find out how many volts and amps it takes on which pins, I can
get it working. We've got an assortment of AC->DC power supplies sitting
around, so I can probably just wire one up. If not, I can find one fairly
-billy- warnold at vipnet.org
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