Q-Logic QLA4050C (QLA4050-CK) Network Adapter
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Q-Logic QLA4050C (QLA4050-CK) Network Adapter

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  • Interface Compatibility: PCI
  • Standard Data-Rate(s): 1 Gbps
  • Form Factor: Internal Adapter
  • LAN Standards: IEEE 802.3x Flow Control IEEE 802.1Q Virtual LANs (VLAN)
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D-link's Entry in the all-in-one Ethernet Home Networking Kits.

bygrimjack2 Jun 14, 2001
10 Helpfuls 11 Helpfuls Was this review helpful?
Pros Cheaper cost than its competition. More than adequate.
Cons Shareware software included is buggy and pretty difficult for a novice.
Recommended it? Yes

For a job, I got to recently compare a pair of home networking kits, and the D-link DFE 910 was one of them. Although there are a number of different ways to link computers together for your home, I prefer Ethernet. This is the fastest and most reliable connection available. The wireless networks... Read full review »


Choice Way To Get Your New Network Off The Ground

bym4245 Feb 2, 2001
4 Helpfuls 5 Helpfuls Was this review helpful?
Pros Everything Included; 100Mbps Hub; Lifetime Warranty
Cons Slightly Noisy Fan In Hub
Recommended it? Yes

The following is from my complete review, which is published at http://avault.com/hardware/getreview.asp?review=dfe910. It was published on May 27, 1999, and covers this product in-depth.

NOTE: I no longer publish reviews/articles on that website.

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Great for the first timer

byaristobolus Aug 27, 2000
3 Helpfuls 4 Helpfuls Was this review helpful?
Pros easy setup, good installation instructions
Cons proxy server that comes with the kit is unreliable
Recommended it? Yes

D-Link is one of the larger suppliers of networking hardware, but like Rodney Dangerfield, it often gets no respect. It often flies under the radar, and it doesn't have the high profile of a Nortel or 3Com.

Yet the company often delivers solid products.The D-Link 530TX+ PCI network cards... Read full review »


Do this- its worth it.

byljrunner Jul 7, 2000
13 Helpfuls 14 Helpfuls Was this review helpful?
Pros Cheap, easy to install, all-in-one packaging
Cons none
Recommended it? Yes

I knew very little about networking before I got this setup. I just knew I couldn't pass up this great deal when I saw it.

The bundle comes with everything you need. a 5 port hub, 2-25 ft Cat5 cables, 2 network cards, and token ring adapters. All for $49. Yes you heard me, $49. (After a... Read full review »


Great Network Kit

byazov Apr 22, 2000
4 Helpfuls 5 Helpfuls Was this review helpful?
Pros -very easy to install
Cons -short Cat5 cables
Recommended it? Yes

So, you've got two or more perfectly good PCs lying around your house. One of them, probably the "family" computer, has got the printer, the cable-modem connection, and all those games you downloaded off the Internet. Meanwhile, your other computer, probably in your bedroom or basement, is all... Read full review »


Midpoint Lite a disaster

byalan_69 Feb 28, 2000
3 Helpfuls 4 Helpfuls Was this review helpful?
Pros None
Cons Lousy Software
Recommended it? No

One of the reasons that I purchased this product was it ease of installing and setting up the network based on reviews of the system including one by Danny W. Lam of Games Net. Installing the hardware was a snap and everything seemed to go all right until I tried to install Midpoint Lite. It... Read full review »


Does What it Says, But . . .

byRic Feb 15, 2000
7 Helpfuls 8 Helpfuls Was this review helpful?
Pros Ease of setup, switch vs. hub
Cons Quirky proxy software, not thrilled with tech. support
Recommended it? Yes

I needed a solution to accomplish the following: (1) share an Internet connection, (2) share printers and (3) transfer files between machines. In a nutshell, the DFE-910 does all of the above nicely. The setup went exactly as the decently-written documentation said it would (with the exception of... Read full review »


You can't beat ethernet for speed and reliability

bypyunker Jan 26, 2000
7 Helpfuls 8 Helpfuls Was this review helpful?
Pros Speed, Reliability, Quick Setup
Cons None
Recommended it? Yes

So you need to purchase a home networking kit? You've basically got 4 categories to choose from: ethernet, phone line, wireless, and electrical.
Phone line systems (Intel AnyPoint, for example) have been gaining popularity lately for their ease of use and installation. But with phone line,... Read full review »


Works great, but here's why I don't like it

byshauncool Jan 13, 2000
26 Helpfuls 27 Helpfuls Was this review helpful?
Pros price, speed, eae of setup, uplink port, doesn't waste an IP Address
Cons the loud, noisy fan
Recommended it? No

You might ask yourself, what?s there not to like about a network hub? Well the answer is the one thing that I did NOT expect when I built my home network: A hub with a loud and noisy fan.

Yep, that?s right. My D-Link DSH-5 10/100 Ethernet Hub has a loud, whipping fan. The hub is in my... Read full review »


A Networking Nightmare

byrjfoster Jan 13, 2000
4 Helpfuls 5 Helpfuls Was this review helpful?
Pros Nice price, convenient "all in one" package
Cons Did not work well on my system
Recommended it? No

A few months ago I decided to purchase an inexpensive networking kit to link up the three computers I have at home. I decided to purchase the D-Link kit because the price was good, it had a rebate and because it would allow expansion should I ever need it. (You never know! hehehe) I brought the set... Read full review »


Fast, cheap, and easy

bymkaresh Dec 2, 1999
67 Helpfuls 68 Helpfuls Was this review helpful?
Pros Fast, cheap, and easy
Cons No NAT-based ICS included
Recommended it? Yes

If you own more than one computer, you should have this product. It's very good, and very cheap. I certainly wish I had installed a home network years ago. If I had known it was this cheap and easy, I would have.

Why do I recommend this? My needs were simple. My wife and I have a desktop... Read full review »


Convenience at a premium...

byelegiac Dec 2, 1999
38 Helpfuls 39 Helpfuls Was this review helpful?
Pros Kit includes all the hardware you'll need to network two computers.
Cons There are less expensive (and equally suited to home use) products available...
Recommended it? No

Have a number of computers at home, and you want to share your lone dial-up connection? Do you really, really want to play Baldur's Gate with your brother? Have any desire whatsoever to share files without having to resort to removable media? The "D-Link DFE 910 Network in a Box" is one solution to... Read full review »


This is so easy anyone could be a Network Administrator

bytommydenton Dec 1, 1999
4 Helpfuls 5 Helpfuls Was this review helpful?
Pros Easy
Cons A little Pricey
Recommended it? Yes

I obtained this product as a gift from my mom so that she and I could surf at the same time while I was at her house. As a Network Administrator in college and was weary of a home network kit. But it was so easy to use that mom did most of the work and set up while I was eating lunch. The... Read full review »

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