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bort_83
I'm thinking about buying a USB-Ethernet device to connect my Z C3000 to the wired network in my office.

I found the Dlink DUB-E100 and the Linksys USB200M that work with usbnet driver. My humble is about the fact that the DUB-E100 is connected with a cable to USB and the USB200M is otherside like a usb pen.

Which do you think is the better solution? I think that the Dlink solution is bigger and uglyer but should be much more resistent than the "all-in-one" solution of the Lynksys one. What do you think?

Dlink DUB-E100
Linksys USB200M

PS:
Sorry for my english wink.gif
boardboyd
I haven't been able to get the Linksys USB200M working in Cacko 1.23 Lite or in pdaxi13 on my 3100. The kernel will not recognize it even witht he proper modules installed.
the_oak
I use this usb ethernet device:

http://www.geeks.com/details.asp?invtid=HE-130R&cpc=SCH

If they have not changed the chipset, it uses the pegasus module (using the sl-6000 zaurus). If you have another model look for a pegasus module for your model.

I have included the pegasus driver for the 6000 with this post.
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