[WL-USERS] COM port cards - ByteRunner and ???

Rusty and Ann Auxier r_auxier@gtmo.net
Thu, 10 Jun 1999 16:46:37 -0400

Here is what I have on that card...
I just started subscribing to this reflector, so I don't have that much stuff
saved, but I file 'em all away in a seperate folder.....
73 es cul
de Rusty KG4AU
        Re: [WL-USERS] COM Port Card
        Thu, 6 May 1999 09:21:28 +0000
        "Barry Kutner" <w2up@mindspring.com>

I use a Byterunner TC-400. It allows you to share 1 IRQ for the 4 COM
ports. The ISA board was about $50, the PCI a little more expensive.
Check them out at www.byterunner.com
73 Barry
P.S. Just a satisfied user. No other affiliation with Byterunner

On  6 May 99, llewis@oao.com <llewis@oao.com> wrote:

> I am a new user and have realized that I need ALOT (more than one) com ports

> on my computer. Can anyone recommend source for multi-port com card.  I
> tried to use the reference from the IRQ article on the WL home page, but
> have to confess that I really don't know what to ask/look for.  Somewhat
> technologically challanged here I confess (my shack computer until a month
> ago was an Epson Equity-I (8088) screamer.
> Tnx, Lou, K0RI
Barry Kutner, W2UP                            Internet: w2up@mindspring.com
Newtown, PA                                   Frankford Radio Club

Jim Reisert wrote:

> A month or two ago, there was a discussion on this list by someone about
> having to wait a long time to get a card, finding out it didn't work, then
> trying another more expensive card that *did* work.  One of the cards was
> ByteRunner.  I don't remember the name of the other.
> Since this list isn't archived, and I don't have any of the old messages,
> could someone please foward me the names or brands of the two cards in
> question?
> Thanks - Jim AD1C
> --
> Jim Reisert AD1C <jjreisert@alum.mit.edu>
> Home Page:  http://jjr.ne.mediaone.net/