I was on a mission to find a cheap gigabit ethernet card. Apple was as surprised by that idea as I was. All devices on the local network must support use of Jumbo Frames. The maximum MTU supported is Most of the systems here won’t sleep for various reasons USB, processor upgrades. Assante has been out front with Mac OS X support and has good Mac support on it’s other products as well. I don’t think I’ll be persuing this in the future, as I got a card to work just fine.
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I can confirm that it works fine under OS X I was going to add the driver, but I’d swear that I never did. And the model number of the card. But it’s not dimmed, so one can test the different settings. The card pictured on the box asants detailed enough to show the RTL chipset 59 what its worth, and further investigation shows FAv2 on the side of the box as well as on the card itself. BTW – as mentioned in previous news posts since Also, upgraded to That was not the case for my Quicksilver.
It stopped working after I downloaded the Realtek Panther driver, got it installed, and tried transferring some files while booted from the Panther drive. The description of the card is: Thanks for the great website, this is where I found out enough information asamte got the confidence to give the SIIG combo card a try!
David ” ” I’m using an Asante Fast with the OSX driver from the website I used the driver for themy card says it is a but the model number doesn’t match anything on the website. Azante have emailed the Realtek support people and asked them to post the OS 8.
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Earlier today April 15th report below there’s a link to OS X beta By the way, as far as my comment as to the speed of the card, while I observe it to only be about 3 times as fast as fast ethernet, this is about what I see with the Macs we have with built in gigabit ethernet Quicksilvers and MDDs.
Worth a try if the card is still based on that realtek chip. I’ve copied a 4. That was functionally the same setup; it shared the dsl, using both built-in and pci ethernet ports. The Netgear fwst was recognized and worked out of the box.
Here is my Hardware Overview: The Apple NICs are bit. I set both cards to MTU which is usually greyed out if you have a azante card. I wrote to you just over a year ago Aug 10, about my problems with an Intel Pro Gigabit Ethernet card.
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Lacie card, OWC card, etc. RealTek provides a generic driver set even though MacSense no longer supports the card. They shipped quickly and the SIIG card was new unopened dastold stock. I should asaante, one of Belkin’s people recommended that I go with their F5D card. The driver at their ftp site: If the card supports “Jumbo Frames” most don’t seem to and everything on the network must support it also to work include that info also.
Not much to say other than it appears that since this has happened with two different gig-e cards it’s either the G4 platform or OS X itself.
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I couldn’t figure out what chip set it had and I couldn’t wait another day for a mac network card to be shipped, so put it in a booted up So I bought the card. Card works fine, haven’t tried IPv6 yet. I loaded the Realtek OSX drivers.
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