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RJ45 Cable Adaptor for a NetGear FA410TX

I want to purchase a cable adaptor for my NetGear FA410TX PCMCIA card. One end connects to the PCMCIA card the other is a female Cat 5 PJ45 plug, which connects to an RJ45 Cat5 male ethernet cable.

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