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Discussion in 'Networking' started by debsyno1, Feb 13, 2005.

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  1. debsyno1

    debsyno1 Thread Starter

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    will netgear be compatible with any network card my net connections on my pc r as follows local area connection 3 surecom EP-32ox-r 10/10/m pci adapter . net connections on laptop r 1393 connection 1394 net adapter local area connection realtekrtl8 139 family pci f...as i run ntl broadband and i want to connect both pc and laptop to the net thank you
     
  2. coulterp

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    Provided the adaptors are all standard Ethernet cards then the Netgear should be compatible. I run a Netgear and have three different PCI NICs running in different PCs (one Netgear NIC and two, different, Realtek NICs) (also got 1 Netgear wireless adaptor and one non-Netgear wireless adaptor) and I have had no problems with any of the cards connecting to the router.

    So if you have standard 10/100 Network Interface Cards (NICs) you *should* be OK.

    But sometimes you do come across imcompatiabilities between hardware from different manufacturers both claiming to fully support the same protocol standard. C'est la vie!
     
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    thank you 4 your help
     
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