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CompactFlash Ethernet Adapter -- accepts Cat5 cable

CompactFlash Ethernet Adapter -- accepts Cat5 cable

CompactFlash Ethernet Adapter -- accepts Cat5 cable

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I want to purchase a CompactFlash 10/100 Ethernet Adapter that can link up to a Windows 2000 network via cat5 cable.  I have found a couple online for roughly $55.  Do not want a wireless card. Any product suggestions / links?  Thanks for your help ahead of time.
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RE: CompactFlash Ethernet Adapter -- accepts Cat5 cable

John,

$55 looks like a good price.
This is a link to CNET and a page of different stores selling low power ethernet adapters.

This link is for the Socket Communications card. (10 MBS)
http://shopper.cnet.com/shopping/resellers/0-11618-311-365350-3.html?fl=0&tag=st.sh.11618-311-365350.sort.price

This link is for the Hawking 10/100 card.
http://shopper.cnet.com/shopping/resellers/0-11618-311-4777278-3.html?fl=0&tag=st.sh.11618-311-4777278.sort.price

I have used Socket cards before and have had no problems. I have no experience with the Hawking card but it is probably fine.

You could also look on E-Bay. I'm sure that there are a number of different cards available if you do not mind used equipment.

Good Luck

Robert

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