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    How much would a 10 / 100 mbit modem cost, links too pls, thanks.

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    i'm confused, do u really mean modem, or do u mean an ethernet adapter/hub/switch?

    i've never really seen the 10/100Mps used to describe a modem. Maybe i've been under a rock too long.

    If you mean an ethernet adapter, they can be really cheap, like 4 ($6), i've seen hubs at 10-15,($20) and switches for about 20. ($27)A switch is best if you are networking more than say 3 computers togethers, as a hub generates too much traffic.

    Sorry, no links, i'm tired and going to bed again, but i'm sure you can find even better deals than those.

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    Modem...

    I have a network card, and a hub, and am on a small network, the dsl modem we have now only supports 100kbs down and 15kb to 20kb up

    BUT my internet connection supports 1280 kbs down, and something like 500 up

    So I need to buy the modem extra, it was supposed to come with the package but they screwed us so yeah :-/


    EDIT:

    And it is 10 mbits

    but winxp says its 100mbits connection, lol

  5. Software & Hardware   -   #4
    Originally posted by Acecool@14 April 2003 - 08:26
    How much would a 10 / 100 mbit modem cost, links too pls, thanks.
    yo isnt that an ethernet card!?!??! since i thought all modem were 56k!?!?!

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    Ethernet Specifications:
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