BroadCom SSL Network card in 2650
Stig_Fjeldheim at Dell.com
Mon Mar 3 06:37:00 CST 2003
I'm not 100% on this as I am not a sales representative, but I believe this
card is the "BCM5820" broadcom. It is, as far as I can see, an add in
processor card, not a network card.
From: Paul Haldane [mailto:Paul.Haldane at newcastle.ac.uk]
Sent: den 3 mars 2003 13:04
To: Linux-Poweredge at exchange.dell.com
Subject: RE: BroadCom SSL Network card in 2650
I wouldn't normally pester the list but we do want to start on these
machines as soon as poss and we're getting vague/no responses from our local
sales contacts. Someone out there must have 2650s with the SSL card in.
> -----Original Message-----
> From: Paul Haldane
> Sent: 28 February 2003 11:48
> To: Linux-Poweredge at dell.com
> Subject: BroadCom SSL Network card in 2650
> Hi - we're about to buy some 2650s and are thinking about
> getting them with SSL cards in. The "configure+buy" page on
> the UK Dell site has the following under "Additional Network
> Cards" ...
> BroadCom SSL Network Card (+£471)
> But I'm having trouble discovering exactly which BroadCom SSL
> card this is.
> Can anyone tell me which BroadCom card this is? Ideally a
> BroadCom part number. I'm not clear if this is a network card
> or just a SSL co-processor/accelerator.
> Paul Haldane
> Unix Systems, Computing Service, University of Newcastle upon Tyne
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