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1Gbit print server with 2.0 usb

Postby Ivan » Mon, 03 Nov 2003 00:14:18 GMT

Is there any with at least four LAN prots?

Re: 1Gbit print server with 2.0 usb

Postby CJT » Mon, 03 Nov 2003 05:55:04 GMT

Why would anybody want a Gigabit print server?  That's just silly.

After being targeted with gigabytes of trash by the "SWEN" worm, I have
concluded we must conceal our e-mail address.  Our true address is the
mirror image of what you see before the "@" symbol.  It's a shame such
steps are necessary.          ...Charlie

Re: 1Gbit print server with 2.0 usb

Postby Ivan » Mon, 03 Nov 2003 07:43:55 GMT

I would go for a 100 Mbit as well, but with a USB

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