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Attaching to Novell 4.1

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Does anyone know where i could purchase a Macintosh Token network card to connect to a PC Novell 4.1 network.
I've been told that if i can get one, there should be no problem with connecting via a Mac client and Novell IPX.
Thanks in advance.
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Apple has a PCI Token Ring Card.  This card connects any Macintosh computer or Workgroup Server with PCI to a Type 1 and 3
 Token Ring Network. Supports both 4Mbps and 16Mbps speeds.

Note: Not compatable with the Power Macintosh 7200 series.
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