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I would recommend a PCMCIA Xircom ethernet card, probably very cheap on eBay. (But not a REALPORT model). A 3Com Etherlink PCMCIA will probably work as well. Make sure there are drivers for your OS. Make sure it comes with the "Dongle."
Posted on Mar 21, 2011
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