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Hi Again Alan,
I should add that I am using the TP-Link card wired from the back of the computer into a Devolo unit that uses internal house wiring to connect to my router, so it is not using a true wireless connection.
Regards,… see more
Hi Again Alan,
I should add that I am using the TP-Link card wired from the back of the computer into a Devolo unit that uses internal house wiring to connect to my router, so it is not using a true wireless connection.
Regards,
A. J. Patrick. see less

By AL01 on 16 July 2014
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http://www.aria.co.uk/Products/Networking/Network+Accessories/Network+Interface+Cards/TP-Link+32bit+Gigabit+PCI+Network+Interface+Card+%5BTG-3269%5D+?productId=28145 . Also check out Wikipedia. Jumbo Frames...Hmmmmm interesting. Best of luck.
By parramatta on 27 March 2014
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Yes providing you have a free 32 bit PCI Slot and you can find a driver for the Operating system you are running
By nicholas holroyd on 19 December 2014
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If the server has a PCI port. Check on TP-Link website for drivers for version of windows server you are running.
By E & S Computers SELLER on 24 October 2016
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Not according to the items Amazon description and neither is it on TP Link's driver downloads list.
By CP on 18 November 2015
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Hi, no this doesnt matter.
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Mart

By Laptop UK Parts SELLER on 30 September 2015
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Hi, I am not 100% sure but here is the link to the manufacturing spec http://www.tp-link.com/en/products/details/TG-3269.html
By Jeaml5 SELLER on 30 August 2016
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Hi - I am afraid that I cannot measure the exact bracket size on my TP-Link TG-3269 unit as it has been installed into the computer housing, but it must be compatible with standard computer housings as it was easily installed in the same position as the unit that it replaced. The bracket size on the unit I removed is 1… see more Hi - I am afraid that I cannot measure the exact bracket size on my TP-Link TG-3269 unit as it has been installed into the computer housing, but it must be compatible with standard computer housings as it was easily installed in the same position as the unit that it replaced. The bracket size on the unit I removed is 122mm high, 18mm wide with a small flange of size 18mm x 12mm at right angles to the main bracket at one end. The small flange has u-shaped slots in the end and in one side. I wanted to connect a computer dating from circa 2002 to a devolo dLAN unit to provide an internet connection via the house mains wiring - The standard ethernet connecting cable provided with the Devolo units is, I understand, a cat5e cable that fits into the RJ45 port provided on the TP-Link TG-3269 so the TG-3269 must be cat5e compatible. Hope this helps. - A.J. Patrick. see less
By AL01 on 16 April 2014