Linksys EtherFast 10/100 LAN Card - LNE100TX Ver 5.1

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  • Brand: Linksys
  • Category: Network Cards

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Built to run with the fastest network applications, the EtherFast 10/100 LAN Card is a high performance network adapter for desktop computers with 32-bit PCI expansion slots. The EtherFast 10/100 LAN Card is ready to run with both 10BaseT and 100BaseTX networks right out of the box the cards 10/100 combo RJ-45 port automatically detects your networks maximum speed and adjusts itself accordingly. The EtherFast 10/100 LAN Card from Linksys also features Wake-On-LAN (WOL) event management. If your PCI motherboard has built-in WOL support, youll be able to utilize this unique management feature. You can remotely turn on any computer with a WOL network card. The ultimate in 10/100 networking is yours If you dont have WOL support on your motherboard or you have no need for it, dont worry your EtherFast 10/100 LAN Card will operate normally anyway. If your mission critical applications require blinding network speed, the EtherFast 10/100 LAN Card is the best value for your networking dollar.


Technical Details
Type :
Brand :
Model :
Linksys Etherfast 10/100 PCI LAN Card
LNE100TX Version 5.1
Compatible Port/Slot :
Network Ports :
Ethernet (RJ-45)
Country of Manufacture :
United States
Runs on Operating Systems :
Windows 95,98, ME, NT, and 2000
  • Compliant Standards - IEEE 802.3, 802.3u
  • Cabling Type - Ethernet 10Base-T, Ethernet 100Base-TX
  • Data Link Protocol - CSMA/CD


Scott Reynolds 5.0
39 of 43 people found the following review helpful
Linksys is a leader in networking for good reason. I first got this card because of my new cable internet connection. Even if you are a novice computer user with no experience in computer hardware you can install this card youself! The directions are very good with step by step instructions that are easy to read for anyone. Once you have it installed the driver instructions are also easy to read and offer them for Any operating system you can think of. If you are running windows xp (or thinking ... of upgrading) you don't even need to install the drivers yourself because they are built into windowsxp and it will install itself making instulation that much easier! They also have a nice webpage that further explains troubleshooting if you get into a problem for some reason! Don't go pay some store 50-100 bucks to install a network card you can do it yourself in 20 mintues for nothing and Linksys makes it possible at a very good price! More >
Douglas Welzel 4.0
13 of 13 people found the following review helpful
I recently picked up two of these cards to hang two systems off of a cable modem. The installation couldn't have been easier. Just plug the card in and install the drivers. Windows (ME) had no problem recognizing the card on either machine. Once the cable modem was installed everything worked like a charm.Two words of warning:- The directions are very complete, but don't include specific directions for Windows ME. I doubt this would trip anybody up and the Windows 98 directions are certainl ... y good enough.- The drivers available on the Linksys website require you to know information that is only available on the card. If for some reason your box doesn't have a driver disk (one of mine didn't), make sure to download the correct driver set before installing the card. More >
Gadgester 5.0
10 of 10 people found the following review helpful
Picked this up at a local store and glad I didn't pay more for another brand. I got it for my dad who's finally going DSL. Installation was a breeze in his Win98 system. The package already comes with the latest drivers for the various flavors of Win95 and Win98, and if you use WinXP, the OS already has the drive for this card built-in, so it's pure plug-n-play. Just install the card in a PCI slot, turn on your computer, and maybe install the driver (depending on the OS version), and you are ... all set. Compatible with DSL and cable modems. This is one excellent value.(There's a wire for the "wake-on-LAN" feature. I don't have a LAN, so don't know if it actually works.) More >
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