Recommended NICs for image deployment
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Which NIC should I get?
Price: $20-50 and $50-150
Interface: PCIe or something better?
Here's some I've been eyeballing:
Intel EXPI9301CTBLK [url]
StarTech (Intel i210-AT)
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