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|Question #382:||Can the TRIGET card be used as a switch?|
|Answer:||The TRIGET card is a network adapter card with (up to) 3 independent ethernet ports. There is no switching functionality implemented in hardware. To use the TRIGET card as a switch, the use of a software network stack implementing the desired functionality is mandatory.
If you are in need of a hardware based ethernet switch, the MAGBES may be more what you are looking for.
|Question #368:||Does the TRIGET supports the Intel "Teaming" feature?|
|Answer:||Yes, with the correct Intel driver, "Teaming" is supported.|
|Question #364:||Can this PC/104-Plus card also be used in a non PCI busmaster capable PC/104-Plus slot?|
|Answer:||No. The interface chip this card is based on makes extensively use of the PCI busmastering feature. A PC/104-Plus slot with working support for PCI busmastering is therefore mandatory for the correct operation of this card.|
|Question #349:||Can this PC/104-Plus card also be used in a system with a PC/104 (ISA part) only stack?|
|Answer:||No. As this card is based on one (or more) PCI interface chips, the use of a PC/104-Plus capable host system is mandatory. The main purpose to the provided PC/104 connector is to pass-through the ISA signals to allow the installation of additional PC/104 cards.|