HCL for supported Sparc NICS on Solaris 8

Posted on 2003-03-09
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Last Modified: 2013-12-21
Does anybody have a complete list of supported NICS on Solaris 8

Pci or Sbus?

Question by:frankster
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bummerlord earned 60 total points
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Sorry for that one ;-)
That's probably only Sun's or rather Sun labeled HW anyway..
You'll probably have to ask every NIC vendor there is to get the complete list. The vendor may support their card in Soliars even though Sun does not officially support the HW in Solaris.. so it would be hard to get such a (complete) list from one source (Sun) only I guess.
Though asking Sun would be a good start I think.



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