On Mon, 6 Sep 2004 09:47:00 +0200, Stefan Stolk - Dynasoft.nl
<stefan at dynasoft dot nl> wrote:
> I experimented with ifgraph, and it works fine. I just had to change the
> configuration a bit, like interfaces and max bandwith. Thanks for your
> Oh and about the realteks: I'm using realtek's for a while now in the
> router, and they work fine for my purposes. My wall isn't part of a
> production environment, so I'm not worried about high-end performances.
I also have used some rl NIC's before in boxes at home, and some
desktop systems. Actually I have a mail forwarder running FreeBSD at
a client with a rl chipset that pushes a decent amount of data
(several thousand emails a day), and is rock solid. Though I
generally prefer fxp in my servers, I'm sure it'll be fine.