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Here are listed LAN and WAN network interface cards, together with drivers, whether for Ethernet or Token Ring. There are also sources for hubs, repeaters, bridges, routers, switches and more, as well as access to manufacturers of network servers, including print, fax, and storage servers.

Hubs and Repeaters | LAN Interface Cards | Wireless LAN |

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Hubs and Repeaters
 Buyers' Center: Network Hubs - specifications and prices
 Compinfo Directory: Networks and Data Communications
LAN Interface Cards
 ATM Network Adapters Directory (Christian Paetz)
  A directory of ATM network interface cards
 Buyers' Center: Network Cards - specifications and prices
 Network Adapters - Drivers (Drivers HeadQuarters)
 Network Interface Card settings info page (Ken Yap)
  Information culled from Usenet groups and other sources on the correct settings for network interface cards
Wireless LAN
 Introduction to Wireless LANs (The Wireless LAN Alliance (WLANA))
  Wireless LANs provide all the functionality of wired LANs, but without the physical constraints of the wire itself. Wireless LAN configurations include independent networks, offering peer-to-peer connectivity,and infrastructure networks, supporting fully distributed data communications. Point-to-point local-area wireless solutions, such as LAN-LAN bridging and personal-area networks (PANs), may overlap with some WLAN applications but fundamentally address different user needs. A wireless LAN-LAN bridge is an alternative to cable that connects LANs in two separate buildings. A wireless PAN typically covers the few feet surrounding a useršs work space and provides the ability to synchronize computers, transfer files, and gain access to local peripherals.
 WLANA - The Wireless LAN Alliance
  The Wireless LAN Alliance (WLANA) is a non-profit consortium of wireless LAN vendors established to help educate the market place about wireless LANs and their uses. WLANA develops educational materials about wireless LAN users' experiences, applications and industry trends.


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