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Adaptor Cable for NetGear FA410TX from PCMCIA Card to Cat 5

Already called Buy Net gear and Net Gear no luck with either both out of stock and cannot give me a part number to reference to 3rd party

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You can try

http://www.bixnet.com/10pcmcinetpc.html
http://store.customcableconnection.com/cpn-gn100t.html

Also, since it appears to be a standard 15 pin connector, any standard 15 pin should work.

Compatible cards are:

Linksys 10/100 LAN Adapters:

  • PCMPC100
  • PCMPC200
  • NP100TNetGear:
  • FA410TXD-Link:
  • DFE-530TX
  • DFE-650
  • DFE-650TX
  • DFE-660TXMulti-Tech:
  • MT10100ZLX/ENetwork Instruments:
  • FE-6430ATrendNet:
  • 10/100 (RJ-45)Best Data:
  • MT10XL X/E

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