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A reader bought a 20 card based on it from Fry's and said the card's working in his B W G3 running.3.x (10.3.3 I assume.) " As an experiment, I bought an AirlinkPlus gigabit card from Fry's.
My cable modem plugs into the built in port, and the new NIC plugs into a 10/100 network switch along with some other machines and an airport base station.
I transferred biss zur mittagstunde pdf rapidshare some music and image folders.All devices on the local network must support use of Jumbo Frames.The readme mentions that the driver supports the following PCI cards: Linksys EtherFast 10/100 Release.1 - ADMtek AN985 Netgear FA310TX rev D1 through D3 - pnic Netgear FA511 Accton EN1217 Abocom FE2500 3Com OfficeConnect 10/100B 3csoho100B a few Microsoft cards DEC 21143 (tested) and.I put the card in slot.Roger Update -.2 Compat.Got the latest.3 drivers.
I'll also be getting back another Apple PCI-X Gigabit card to test with this new switch.
The model number on the box: asante fast 10/100 PCI (compusa) They had drivers (beta) for.1 and later Rich.
" I just tested a X-NET 3000RCM 10/100 card in a PM9600 with OS.1.2.Downloaded drivers from Realtek, for their 8139 chipset.My smart little Mac then asked me if I would like assistance (it knows how helpless I am).It's an invaluable resource for the Mac community.Links: The drivers from Realtek for MacOS.x are here ( note: as of Sept.Thanks again, Dan." (added 7/15/2010) "Great Site." Note: Dlink reports below are from OS.1.x, not.2 " First let me say that I have been a big fan of your site for years; I have been visiting almost daily for the last 3 years.Although SMC does not claim the card's compatibility with MacOS.x, it does work with the drivers provided by Realtek.And a search for "realtek" will provide you with an excellent and cheap solution, I use this setup to turn my beige g3 into an excellent Server and router with OSX Server.I guess that says something.
Please refer to our latest MAC driver.
After boot up, checked system profiler and saw the card listed under PCI.