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There are two LAN ports, which one is better?

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but when u do install the drivers do not do the firewall as course a few problems with the lan ports just a thought like said just personal prefrance

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nvidia firewall sucks. Don't do it. You will not regret it.

 

I use the nvidia NIC for internet use, and connect to the 100Mbps LAN in my house via the Marvell NIC.

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ahh the nvidia firewall, it tortures u!!

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Hi!

I have an DFI expert mb; I have try all drivers for this mb but if I use the Nvidia ethernet card I have many problems such timeout,loss packets,limited connitevity and disconnections...

If I use the other card in mb (Marvel) it's all ok ,why?

When will be out some new decent drivers for it? Thanks

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Regards to the new drivers I would just keep me eye on DFI.tw to see what new drivers are out but you should not have any problem with the Nvida port. But if you do I would just disable the port and use marvel why are you expiating problems with the Nvida? I have but they bean all resoled but that’s how I would deal with the matter personally.

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Hi!

 

I use both ports: Nvidia for internet connection and Marvell for internal Gb connection.

Both work OK I don't see any difference.

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