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I have old network cards ptc1001, en3360. I couldn't find anything about this cards in internet, but there a many jumpers on the board.
Has anyone descriptions especially for irq and io-setting?
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Who is manufacturer of this card ?
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The EN3360 looks like an "Accton" model number.  Go to www.accton.com and send some mail to customer service to see if this is one of their cards.  I looked for that card on the web site, but it could not be found.  They may have that info offline in an archive.
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I have all info of the EN3360 (edimax) and ptc-1001 (lantech)

If you send me your email address, i will send you some screendumps of my database output containing jumpersettings and descriptions of both cards.  Sorry, this damn program won't let me cut&paste the text...

Greetings,

pe1dna@amsat.org

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ps tell me if you have a version 2.2 or 2.4 of the 3360 card

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