Re: [fw-wiz] quad ethernet cards

From: Joseph S D Yao (
Date: 09/13/02

From: Joseph S D Yao <>
To: John McDermott <>
Date: Fri Sep 13 16:32:01 2002

On Thu, Sep 12, 2002 at 03:28:51PM -0600, John McDermott wrote:
> Greetings,
> I'm building a firewall soon that will be based on a linux 2.4.x kernel.
> What quad Ethernet cards have you used successfully? I had a D-Link
> (some new version) and it did not work.

You might also ask your local Linux users' group, or go to the Linux
Ethernet driver page at


Not all of the people using firewalls are using Linux. ;-)

Joe Yao - Joseph S. D. Yao
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