You are right @etorix , those copper cables are in other conduits, with TV antenna and those conduits are totally full, It would be impossible to use them (they're not visible in pic). Luckily I have these other conduits that were never used and totally empty!1G network (where are those?).
That's great!Properly recognised as PCIe 2.0 device working at x4, with loaded driver.
True, thank you @Edhawk !You should actually thank @Edhawk for the hardware tip.
Yes you're right, but I think I'll be able to achieve that. I'm just waiting for ftth I hope soon.The hard part will be the infrastructure and running two duplex fibre cables as a "train" of four simplex through these narrow conduits.
I'm going for fiber, my first time, I think It'll be pretty good.I'm debating if I should go back to SFP+ on new system or just stick with AQC with the new W790 system.
That's true but those were saved, @etorix sent the link. If i can be more precise, you don't need all that stuff, just put Solarflare10GbE.kext (https://www.tonymacx86.com/threads/...driver-not-more-available.272619/post-2043852) in OC/Kexts (and add it in config.plist too!) and card will work!Did Solarflair removed macOS drivers? Can't find it anywhere.
Take all the time you need for planning… But why wait for your ISP?Yes you're right, but I think I'll be able to achieve that. I'm just waiting for ftth I hope soon.
That’s true!You can set up at any time and enjoy 10G on your intranet irrespective of the speed of the uplink to the Internet.
I’m waiting for a friend of mine, that told me that could gift me some stuff for my new internal networkBut why wait for your ISP?
That’s great! I was thinking of using that port for my local 1gb network cat5 or use the modem for that.but contrary to some other models which only have 100MBase-T, it is a full 1GBase-T and may be used as uplink to a 1G network or modem.