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Wireless Pci Ethernet Card

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  • A network interface card (NIC) is a hardware device that handles an interface to a computer network and allows a network-capable device to access that network. The NIC has a ROM chip that contains a unique number, the media access control (MAC) Address burned into it.
  • A board inside a computer to which a network cable can be attached.
  • A piece of hardware that is usually in a computer which knows how to talk the ethernet protocol on a wire. This is a kind of network interface.
  • Lacking or not requiring wires
  • having no wires; "a wireless security system"
  • transmission by radio waves
  • radio: medium for communication
  • A standard for connecting computers and their peripherals
  • (Peripheral Connect Interface) an advanced expansion-bus standard for internal peripheral devices, used most commonly by high performance graphics adapters.
  • Peripheral Component Interconnect
  • Conventional PCI (PCI is an initialism formed from Peripheral Component Interconnect, part of the PCI Local Bus standard and often shortened to PCI) is a computer bus for attaching hardware devices in a computer.

my old desk
my old desk
This was my desk in my basement office when I worked mainly from home for 6 months or so. Its a real mess at this point with cabling everywhere... I used Synergy to share 1 keyboard and mouse between all these systems, which is very useful. I have since then trimmed this down a lot, getting rid of the HP P4, put one of the laptops upstairs, replaced MythTV with a TiVo and moved my Solaris platform into another room running on a Sun Sparc server. But really these days my Macbook Pro is where I do 95% of my work, play and other geeky goodness. Detailed Specs for JustSetups.com (screens left - right) MythTV Linux Box: Compaq Presario PIII 700Mhz, 768MB RAM, 20GB system HDD & 120GB Video HDD, ATi PCI 64MB gfx, Hauppauge WinTV PVR-350 PCI TV tuner connected to Comcast basic cable coax. Samsung 21" CRT monitor. KnoppMyth Linux Distro. Work VPN Laptop: IBM Thinkpad T30 P4M 2Ghz, 1GB RAM, 40GB HDD, CD-RW/DVD-ROM. Windows XP Pro / Ubuntu Breezy Linux Dual Boot. Mac Mini: G4 1.25Ghz, 1GB RAM, 80GB HDD, CD-RW/DVD-ROM. OS X 10.4.6. Viewsonic 19" CRT Primary Linux Desktop: HP 764n P4 2.66Ghz 768MB DVD+RW 128MB, Dualhead Radeon AGP, 120GB IDE drive. Connected to 20" Dell CRT monitor (and sometimes a 17" Dell CRT). Work Linux Laptop: Toshiba Satelite PIII Celeron 700Mhz, 512MB, 40GB HDD, CD-RW/DVD-ROM. Xandros Linux / Debian Unstable Dual Boot. Solaris Desktop: Dell PIII 800Mhz, 512MB, 80GB, Intel PCI ethernet. Sun Solaris 10 x86. Other: HP PSC 2110 All in one printer/scanner/copier Altec Lansing Speakers Harmon/Kardon Speakers Very small UPS from Staples. Ikea Desks (Jerker. Nice name. Cool desks though.) Logitech Wireless Desktop Not in this photo: Apple Macbook Pro Core Duo 1.83Ghz, 1GB. OS X 10.4.6 / Ubuntu Dapper Drake / Windows XP Pro triple boot. (I do almost everything on this now) Linux RAID5 File server: Compaq Presario PIII 700Mhz, 256MB RAM, 5x 250GB IDE, PCI IDE Expansion Card.
I'm thinking my bro needs to get himself a "N" rated PCI network card. Moving lots of files over G is painfully slow. Sure I could plug in the Gigabit Ethernet but that kind of defeats the purpose of having a wireless network.

wireless pci ethernet card
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