[MLB-WIRELESS] applied telysyn "at-mc16"
pickle at alien.net.au
Sat Feb 1 16:55:11 EST 2003
> if one is running a single node to single node connection,
> couldn't you have 2
> pcs, each with 2 NICs, and set up a routing loop so that
> traffic is one way
> only... then no collisions, no contention, very high speed.
Go one better.. You know under linux you can combine ethernet devices to
create one virtual big fat ethernet device :) I did it once with four
expensive 100baseT cards in full duplex (two per machine - cross over
cables between them) and it worked really nicely..
To avoid flames, I'm sure other *nix's/*BSD's can do it too, yes yes..
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