NEW: support for the pcchips m830lr.

steven james pyro at
Wed Sep 4 10:21:01 CEST 2002


The ones I have seen use the bridge chip on the card. The NICs themselves
are behind the bridge.


On Wed, 4 Sep 2002, GNUOrder wrote:

> I found 2 devices like you pointed out, I was thinking more of the third way 
> you described.  They offer a riser card with 2 slots as an option.  What they 
> might have done is what some of the passive backplane systems do which is 
> include extra IDSEL signals in unused PCI pins.  How would a card like one 
> with 2 or more NICs on it handle a regular PCI slot?  I know there are a few 
> that have 4 seperate DEC chips on them?
> GO
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