Sun PCI Ethernet Adapter - 4 Port

 

 
 

£15.00

Sun PCI Ethernet Adapter - 4 Port


PCI INTERFACE ETHERNET ADAPTER CARD MADE BY SUN MICROSYUSTEMS

PART NUMBER: 270-5406-02  -  501-5406

 

  • The Sun 270-5406-02 (270540602) is a 4-port 10/100 Ethernet adapter
  • The 270-5406-02 is a 3.3V/5V Universal 64-bit PCI adapter
  • 4x RJ45 network attachment ports
  • Minimum OS: Solaris 2.5.1
  • The Sun 270-5406-02 Quad FastEthernet PCI adapter contains 4 fully-buffered TP Ethernet ports (RJ-45), providing 4 switchable 10/100TX channels
  • Supports half or full duplex

Compatibilities:

Workstations: Ultra 5, 10, 30, 60, 80, 450
Sun Blade 100, 150, 1000, 1500, 2000, 2500
Servers: Enterprise 250, 450, 220R, 420R
Enterprise 3x00, 4x00, 5x00, 6x00
Sun Fire 4800, 4810, 6800, V1280, V210, V240, V250
Sun Fire 280R, V480, V880, 12K, 15K, V120
Telco: Netra t1, T1, 20, 120, 1280, ft 1800
Netra t1120/1125, t1400/1405

Supplied as pictured.



Condition : Good (See photo for condition)
Quantity Available : 1

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