Linksys PCMCIA ethernet cards are $39 at Compusa, and they have the
packet driver and DOS enabler that works with CT.
73, Brian N3OC
> > You have two options:
> > 1, Use serial cables and the LOOP configuration. You can find the
> > description on the CT homepage.
> > 2, Use PCMCIA Ethernet cards and K1TTT's network driver.
> One of the options to consider is the cost of the network too. If you want
> to maintain radio control on a serial port (in addition to the network), you
> will need to buy a PCMCIA Serial I/O card so you maintain two serial ports
> in the -Loop configuration. I haven't looked at the price recently, but I
> think they are still in the $130 range per card.
> If you dont want/need radio control, you can run the -Loop network from the
> existing Serial port with no extra PCMCIA cards etc, just the "network"
> On the other hand, you can buy new PCMCIA Ethernet cards for $30 or less,
> and can even find 10BaseT cards at the flea markets for $10. Even at
> retail, a small hub and 3 Ethernet cards can be had for the same price as
> one PCMCIA Serial card.
> Too bad I had already invested in big $$ for multiple PCMCIA serial cards
> before the Ethernet system was really working well. :-)
> Kenny K2KW
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