Cisco PIX 1000T Nic

Discussion in 'Cisco' started by posta_2004@yahoo.it, May 25, 2007.

  1. Guest

    Dear all,
    on my cisco pix 525 i have installed one fibre optic in gigabit and it
    works fine.
    Now i would like to migrate my infrastructure to copper wire, but i
    see on cisco web site that there is not any nic 1000T support by cisco
    pix.
    Does anybody find a 1000T nic compatible with pix ?
    if yes from witch manufactor ? or witch kind of chipset was installed
    on it ?

    thanks in advance to everyboy
    Lorenzo
    , May 25, 2007
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  2. Gary Guest

    posta_2004 wrote:

    > Does anybody find a 1000T nic compatible with pix ? if yes from witch
    > manufactor ? or witch kind of chipset was installed on it ?


    I would not be surprised if an Intel PRO/1000 didn't work but haven't
    tested this myself. Unless you can find a really good deal on a PIX-1GE or
    PIX-1GE-66 on eBay. Also, I believe you need at least 128MB RAM for 66 MHz
    PCI cards.

    -Gary
    Gary, May 30, 2007
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