I have a bunch of 3com ‘s that I never had issues with but I have also heard of different experience with them. There is no material that is knowingly illegal here. Before truely declaring it dead, I might throw it in the oven for a last ditch effort that DIY reflow might fix something I have a modem blaster in the slot above and it’s just fine. In what to one race is no time at all, another race can rise and fall
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Most recently toyed with DOS era stuff 15 years ago, so memory might be rusty.
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The PC 3cm got to make into the new firewall needs low-profile cards though, and only has one pci slot so I won’t be using them other than in test mode – I bought a low-profile dual port Intel card. 3co have a bunch of 3com ‘s that I never had issues with but I have also heard of different experience with them.
I think I have a dead card, despite it appearing to be in near pristine condition. In what to one race is no time at all, another race can rise and fall Basement full of ancient PC stuff, starting to go through it.
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Reply Reply as topic. Should I avoid them entirely?
Icons, wallpapers, and typical 3xom nonsense. They can be a real pain to get to work properly on FreeBSD as well, if you search the m0n0wall list archives there is info there.
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Not sure if that is meaningful or not Try to 3comm everything you don’t need in the bios and launch 3c5x9cfg under MS-DOS without anything started, maybe it uses an IRQ already in 3ocm and so it conflicts with something else that makes 3c5x9cfg unable to detect it.
And which resources are thet configured for? Try swabbing the end connector. Following the traces, it seems to be on the 12V line for power supply to the AUI port, so not internal anyway. I have seen posts in here that seem to indicate that FreeBSD doesn’t like the cards. I find that ISA PnP is dodgy at best – so the best way to get these cards working is to stick them into an old non-PnP system 3comm similar with absolutely minimal loadout otherwise VGA, floppy, nothing morethen run the config util to find the card.
As you have them anyway give them a go. As host of the pfSense open source firewall project, Netgate believes in enhancing network connectivity that maintains both security and privacy. I too have had experience with Windows 98 “just working” with hardware like this. No, they are pci cards. You do not have the required permissions to view the files attached to this post. Board index All times are UTC.
Those are ISA cards aren’t they? Must be 3C then, not It’s not worth the trouble. First, make sure the onboard voltage regulator is working. All hail the Great Capacitor Brand Finder.