[rescue] FS: Sun Ultra Server 1 143 MHz

Bryan Gurney arb_npx42 at comcast.net
Sun Sep 25 20:07:21 CDT 2005

it has a 50-pin SCSI port, so it's definitely a 10Mb port.  Still, I'm  
throwing in either a QFE or a 100Mb/SCSI card, so that puts the network up  
to 100Mbps.

On Mon, 26 Sep 2005 02:00:50 +0100 (BST), Shirker <shirker at mooli.org.uk>  

> On Sun, 25 Sep 2005, Bryan Gurney wrote:
>> - Onboard ethernet; I forget whether it's 10/100 or just 10
> Easy way to tell is to check the SCSI port - if the external SCSI port is
> 68-pin, the machine is a U1E and has hme ethernet (100Mb), if it's 50-pin
> the machine is a stock U1 and has the 10Mb ethernet.
> You can also look at the colour of the circle containing the "1" in the  
> U1
> logo - red for an E, green for a stock 1. This is less reliable than the
> SCSI port approach, though, due to possible lid-swapping antics in the
> machine's past.
> Ed.
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