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803.1Q Server 2008

Posted on 2009-05-05
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Hi Guys,

I need a network card which supports 803.1Q Multi-VLANs on Server 2008.  I am needing to setup a primary untagged VLAN and then 15-20 Tagged VLANS for various reasons.

Can someone suggest a network card which will do this and allow me to setup all the virtual adapters i need?

Cheers,
Ben
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Well the protocol you are looking for 802.1Q and I personally prefer the Intel Gigabit ET Dual Port Server Adapter. It supports not only 802.1Q but any other protocol you would ever want to use. Here is a link to the product page if you are interested.
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