NETGEAR 10/100 Mbps Ethernet Network Card

NETGEAR 10/100 Mbps Ethernet Network Card

6 Ratings | 1 Review
$101.83

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NETGEAR's FA311 Ethernet Network Card connects you to other networked computers, printers, zip drives, routers, network storage and the Internet. Plug it in and you'll achieve high-speed transfer of...More

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NETGEAR's FA311 Ethernet Network Card connects you to other networked computers, printers, zip drives, routers, network storage and the Internet. Plug it in and you'll achieve high-speed transfer of all kinds of data.

Specifications

Quick Glance
Product TypeFast Ethernet Card
Network Architecture10/100Base-TX
Slot/Port TypePCI
Network Adapter
System TypePC
Networking Standards
Network Status Indicators100 Mbps 10 Mbps Activity
Ports
Interface Connection1 x RJ-45
Dimensions
Dimensions3.70" Height x 5.70" Width x 3.70" Depth
Weight3.20 oz
Warranty
Warranty InformationLifetime Limited
More Info
URLhttp://www.netgear.com
General
CategoryFast Ethernet (100Mbps)
ClassCard
Additional Specifications
Operating SystemLinux, Microsoft Windows 2000, Microsoft Windows 95, Microsoft Windows 98, Microsoft Windows NT 3.x, Microsoft Windows NT 3.5x, Microsoft Windows NT 4.0, Microsoft Windows NT, UNIX, Microsoft Windows, Novell Netware (Unspecified Version)
Slot TypePCI
Language Localization(Not Specified)
Case Pack Quantity1
Labor Warranty(Not Applicable)
Product FamilyNetwork Card
Twisted Pair Cable StandardCategory 5
Total Number of Ports1
Number of Network (RJ-45) Ports1
Product ModelFA311
Technical Support Phone Number888-638-4327
Brand NameNetgear
Maximum Network Speed Supported100 Mbps
Shipping Weight6.40 oz
Manufacturer SkuFA311
Geographic Localization(Not Specified)
Network (RJ-45)Yes
Manufacturer Retail Type(Not Specified)
Product Line Series ModelFA311
UPC(Not Specified)
Manufacturer Description10/100 Mbps Ethernet Network Card
Technical Support URLhttp://www.netgearinc.com/support/
Normalized-Weight3.20
SKUFA311
DescriptionNetwork Card FA311 PCI 100BaseTX/10BaseT RJ-45
Width5.7 in
Depth3.7 in
Base Warranty1 lifetime
VendorNGI
Frequency BandO/S COMPATIBILITY: All major operating systems are supported: Microsoft Windows, Microsoft NT, Novell NetWare, RedHat Linux, and SCO OpenServer Unix. RAPID TRANSIT:10/100 Mbps auto-sensing capability speeds up performance and eliminates the need for manual switching. GUESS WORK-FREE:Three LEDs on the front panel-100 Mbps, 10 Mbps and Activity-provide intuitive feedback on network status and performance. PLUG AND PLAY, ALL THE WAY:Open your PC, plug in the card, start your PC and install the driver from the floppy diskette. Simple GUI-driven installation instructions make setup a cinch. UNCOMPLICATED:Single chip reliability combined with NETGEAR's renowned engineering ensure smooth-running usability. FUTURE PROOFUse it in future 3.3-volt PCI systems, and in 5-volt PCI systems today. Drivers Provided:Microsoft Windows for Workgroups 3.11, Windows NT 3.51, 4.0 Windows 95, 98, Windows 2000, ME, Drivers inside Windows XPNovell NetWare Client32 for DOS Client for Windows 95/98 Server 4.10, 4.11, 5.0RedHat Linux 5.4, 6.0 SCO OpenServer (Unix) NDIS 2.0 for DOS driver for operating systems that require it
Parts Warranty(Not Applicable)
Network TypeEthernet
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6 Ratings | 1 Review

3 out of 5 stars

  • Speed with No Reliability

    By JAB_au  Apr 11, 2004

    ### I am not very pleased with Netgear cards Particulaly the FA311. While the card would be good for a workstation on an office network were it will most likely be under very little strain. Think twice about using it beyond this. I put this card in my ho...me Proxy server and low an behold if I started downloading a linux distro with any bittorrent client the card dropped it's connection. The card obviously can't handle haveing a large number of remote hits comeing from the many sources, a very poor card indead. To solve this problem I replaced it with a cheap generic Realtek card, which runs slower, but is entirely stable under the same conditions. It's very sad that the Realtek can be more stable. Read more Less

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