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Syba Dual LAN Port 1000 Base T Gigabit Ethernet Card Realtek Chipset

by Syba

RRP: £27.03
Price: £23.71 & FREE Delivery in the UK. Details
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  • Realtek RTL8111 Chipset
  • 1-lane (x1) PCI-e with Transfer Rate 2.5Gb/s Full Duplex Channe
  • A high Performance 1000Base-T Ethernet Controller Card
  • 10/100/1000Mbps Data Rate Auto Negotiation Operation
  • Compatible to Existing CAT-5 UTP Cabling
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BrandSyba
Item Weight113 g
Product Dimensions17.8 x 14 x 3.8 cm
Item model numberSD-PEX24033
  
Additional Information
ASINB00BDB1XRE
Best Sellers Rank 54,301 in Computers & Accessories (See top 100)
Shipping Weight136 g
Date First Available9 April 2013
  
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1 of 1 people found the following review helpful By Peter on 27 May 2014
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Excellent Dual NIC for the price and has checksum offload support for IPv6.
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Slot in and running fine
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Amazon.com: 6 reviews
3 of 3 people found the following review helpful
Decent cards if you get the right drivers 24 April 2013
By JB14 - Published on Amazon.com
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Received this today to install into a home server running Windows Server 2008 R2. Windows Server tried to install the onboard drivers, but those failed. I put the CD in and tried to let Device Manager search for the correct driver. It found the right driver, but the install failed with the error, "File not found". I searched online for the the part number on the box (SD-PEX24033), which took me to the SYBAUSA website. I downloaded the drivers from the site and went back through the same process with success this time around. The cards use the Realtek chipset, which is a fairly standard chipset, so I don't really expect many other problems now that I actually got the drivers installed.
2 of 2 people found the following review helpful
Works, when it fits 4 Jun 2013
By William Turano - Published on Amazon.com
We have a few of these floating around the office, all running under some flavor of linux.

They work fine, when you can get them installed.

However, the spacing between the PCI-e connector and faceplate is wrong, it's just a smidge too long, so it doesn't fit into chassis that have tight tolerances.

The specific failure that prompted this review is the riser card in an HP Proliant DL360 G5 It just won't fit.

To make sure it wasn't a weird server, I compared the ethernet card against another PCI-e card, and sure enough, the spacing is wrong by just enough that it won't fit, perhaps 1mm too much.
1 of 1 people found the following review helpful
Great card! Works perfectly under Linux 12 Jan 2014
By Kevin K. Taylor - Published on Amazon.com
Had a motherboard with an on-board NIC that has specific issues under Linux. I wanted two ethernet ports to be able to switch between my regular network and a firewall with an IPSEC tunnel to the office. This card was recognized immediately and I have two GB interfaces that just work.

Not sure what problem another reviewer had, but this card fit perfectly in two different cases. The docs say the two interfaces can be bonded, but I haven't tried as I need two separate interfaces.

I'm watching for this to go on sale again, will use in several other Linux workstations.
Computer recognices the device but doesn't transmit any data. 4 April 2014
By Brian Vanderburg II - Published on Amazon.com
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I've installed this and use Debian Wheezy with the 3.13 64 bit Linux kernel. The computer recognizes the device just fine. However, I can't get any network activity over the device. It shows that it is receiving packets, but not transmitting any packets and instead end up with a lot of TX errors. The installed motherboard seems to use the same chipset for the NIC but it works fine.
Great in Debian Wheezy 19 Mar 2014
By Termina - Published on Amazon.com
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Purchased this with the intent of NIC teaming for iSCSI on Debian Wheezy.

Card works out of the box, seeing great throughput on both ports.

Couldn't ask for more than that, especially considering the price.
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