A bit of a 'Google' cam up with the 'Asound AL500P 4 Ports Nway Swith +
10/100Mbps Dual Speed PCI Router card'. Looks like one of the these
'no-name' wonders from China.
Here was best for info http://www.evertek.com/viewpart.asp?auto=7236.
Manufacturer's website http://www.asound.net/.
Seems mighty cheap retailing on a few US websites at $20 - $30.
Could be good for small DMZs on an optional interface, predominantly
wireless networks with a couple of wired servers etc. No concrete evidence
but info on the web suggests it is based on a Realtek chipset.
From: Richard Morrell [mailto:dick at dickmorrell dot com]
Sent: 19 January 2004 05:35
To: Ian Cartwright
Cc: Robert Boardman; 'mono'
Subject: Re: [m0n0wall] Network interface cards
> I have a card that has a "built in" four port switch. It is a single PCI
> card that has one interface for whatever machine you plug it into, plus
> four RJ-45 ports on the back that act as a switch. M0n0wall works fine
> with it. The card is based on some sort of Realtek chip and show up as
> rl0 in FreeBSD.
Do you know what card this is ?
This would really help
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