Fail-open ethernet cards
Date: 15 Jun 2004 14:55:25 -0700
I'm looking for a dual Ethernet network card that will fail-open -
i.e. if it is installed on a machine that functions as a bridge (or
firewall) will allow all traffic to go right through in the event that
the machine loses its power.
Any help is greatly appreciated,
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