• Subject: Re: AS/400 Ethernet configuration
  • From: Pete Massiello <pmassiello@xxxxxxxxxxxxxxxx>
  • Date: Tue, 02 Dec 1997 07:39:59 -0500
  • Organization: OS Solutions International

Marc Zylka wrote:
> 
> >That should be about it.  The CISC Ethernet cards do not come with an
> >Ethernet transciever (converts the thick ethernet to 10 base T), so if you
> >are going to connect to a 10baseT network/hub be sure to pick one up.
> >It'll run you abour 50 bucks.  Good luck.
> 
> Carl
> 
>   Does this mean that the set up is different for a RISC machine?  When
> we get our new 6xx system, it will come with a 100/10 Ethernet card.  We
> currently have the 10M Ethernet card.  What will the set up differences be?
> 
> Thanks,
> Marc Zylka ( mzylka@netpath.net )

  The only difference will be the "Burned in" nic address of the card. 
That is why it is always best to assign a virtual address to a card
instead of using the default. 

-- 
Pete Massiello
OS Solutions International 
Phone: (203)-744-7854  Ext 11.
http://www.os-solutions.com
mailto:pmassiello@os-solutions.com
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