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#1 2016-09-04 19:35:58

Holton345
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From: Yazoo City, Mississippi
Registered: 2016-08-27
Posts: 17

Time for a Stupid Question... (SE/30 NIC)

My SE/30 came to me with an installed NIC/daughter card combo, but I have never had a chance to try them out. THEY DO NOT MATCH WHATSOEVER.

Can this be made to work?

The main card is marked:

NOVELL
ETHERPORT SE/30

PWB: 5510111-00
REV: A

P/N: 9800111-00 REV: A
S/N: H 37900239

The daughter card is not from Novell but a Dayna product. It has an RJ45 port ONLY. It is marked:

DAYNA COMMUNICATIONS
DAYNAPORT ACCESS - T

00831-9501-000- (and then hand-painted) A
Date Code: 21 91

AMT242097 (this is a paper tag)

Can these be made to work together or am I SOL? They were plugged in together when I got it, but that does not mean they ever functioned as a pair.

Suggestions? I have been crawling the WWW for an Asante MacCon IIsi and have found only one, which is still NIB and, therefore, close to $300!!!!!

EDIT: Photos added, because who likes posts without photos? ;-)

SE_30_NIC_01.jpg

SE_30_NIC_02.jpg

Last edited by Holton345 (2016-09-06 20:54:15)


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#2 2016-09-08 04:46:13

Holton345
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From: Yazoo City, Mississippi
Registered: 2016-08-27
Posts: 17

Re: Time for a Stupid Question... (SE/30 NIC)

Bump! Anyone have an idea whether these two pieces can be made to work together?


My Jeeps, my computers, my musical instruments: Legos. They're all Legos for grownups, man.

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#3 2016-09-08 08:03:49

LCGuy
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From: Sydney, Australia
Registered: 2014-05-13
Posts: 810

Re: Time for a Stupid Question... (SE/30 NIC)

If I had to guess I'd say no - to my knowledge SE30/IIsi NICs were not designed for any interchangeability between different daughterboards and mainboards.

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