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Parallel Port to UTP ethernet connector

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A laptop is without PCMCIA slot. But has Parallel port
I want to know which Manufacturer or vendor supprot this type of product, with make, model details and part no details.
PC is having Windows 95 with RJ11 interface
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Or If any one have better solution for hooking up the Laptop to Lan(UTP).
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XIRCOM makes a parallel port to ETHERNET adapter.  I've seen others as well but XIRCOM is probably the best known maker of these things.
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Please mention other products also.
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