ethernet and switches, was Re: [rescue] Mozilla Firefox
kevin at mpcf.com
Fri Apr 30 09:51:18 CDT 2004
As of my last call to Apple, late last year, none of their
equipment/software supported jumbo frames.
Actually at that time the Xserve had just gotten support via a
software change, but no desktop or laptop units could do jumbos.
I put in a feature request but i don't think that was going to
help much :|
On Thu, 22 Apr 2004 22:34:39 -0500
Bill Bradford <mrbill at mrbill.net> wrote:
> On Thu, Apr 22, 2004 at 10:28:02PM -0500, Bill Bradford wrote:
> > For people that can't afford to replace their entire
> > infrastructure, $800 24-port unmanaged copper gigabit
> > switches and $30 PCI copper gigabit ethernet cards (with a
> > semi-non-sucky Realtek chipset, unlike their 10/100 stuff) is
> > a damn nice improvement over 100baseT.
> Wow, NetGear GS105 5-port 10/100/1000 switch is now $80ish, my
> mac has gig ethernet built in, and I can put it in Amy's
> machine for ~25-30.
> I may go gigabit on the local network for just over a hundred
> bucks soon..
> (with a 10/100 interface on the PIX and a 6 meg / 608 kilobit
> Net connection,
> talk about a bottleneck..)
> bill bradford
> austin texas
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