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  • Smart Computing Article - Basic Troubleshooting- Network Interface Cards
    , you can identify it by looking for an Ethernet port, which looks like an oversized phone jack and has lights above or below it that flash to indicate network activity. An Ethernet cable attaches to the jack, and then the other end of the cable attaches to a broadband modem or to a router (also
  • FTTD for the Department of Defense, An Ideal Match (.pdf)
    with the high cost of optical fiber network interface cards (NICs) and switching equipment.
  • Smart Computing Article - Stay Out Of Trouble
    (network interface cards), but my machines don t recognize one or more of the cards. If your NICs are Plug and Play (meaning Win98 will recognize them upon physical installation),
  • Smart Computing Article - Jabber to justification
    , such as modems or NICs (network interface cards). Although technically incorrect, the term "jack " is sometimes applied to the connector, as well. Audio equipment jacks are circular and accept pin-like metal connectors that are one-eighth inch (or 3.5 millimeters) in diameter or one-fourth inch in diameter
  • Smart Computing Article - Share The Bandwidth
    needing a router to perform the various networking functions that connect your computers and printers to the network. If all your computers have NICs (network interface cards), you can connect them to each other using ICS. It s a way to enable networking without incurring the headaches that may
  • Smart Computing Article - Basic Troubleshooting- Routers & Hubs
    : Network Interface Cards Routers and hubs usually have multiple LEDs that indicate data transfer activity, transfer speed and other information. Check out your manual to learn more about your device s lights. To determine whether your cable modem is the problem, you ll need to reset it. If your
  • Smart Computing Article - Communication Breakdown
    static IP (Internet Protocol) addresses to each computer, which we ll discuss later in the article. In addition, you ll need to install two NICs (network interface cards; available for as little as $10 and up to $199) in at least one of the computers on the
  • Smart Computing Article - Don't Get NIC'd
    December 2001 Vol.7 Issue 12 Page(s) 92-95 in print issue Add To My Personal Library Upgrading Your Network Interface Card Is Easy & Beneficial Upgrading a NIC (network interface card) for a notebook computer is normally a simple operation. Most notebooks use the PCMCIA (Personal Computer Memory
  • Addressing the Signal Integrity Challenges of High Speed Board Designs with Serial RapidIO (R) Switches
    cards within the chassis or to elsewhere in a "Network". RapidIO enabled switches facilitate the interconnection between these various components and have been adopted extensively to keep up with the real time throughput requirements of these applications. This article discusses some of the SI

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