ISA Adapter question

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ISA Adapter question

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I have about 20 new in box ISA Adapter (ISAPC-00) I think theyr by WaveLan
what do these do and are they of any value I would like to sell them.

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Re: ISA Adapter question

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Are these ISA wireless cards?

And besides maybe a specialized application, do computers ever come with ISA slots anymore? I figured they would be all sorts of obsolete now.
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Re: ISA Adapter question

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I found an eBay auction that led me to believe that they're made by Lucent and are actually ISA-PCMCIA adapters, but that may not be 100% accurate. Searching on Lucent's site turns up nothing. Either way, throw 'em up on eBay for 99 cents apiece with no reserve and see where they go.
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They sold all to same person............hopefully not being used to build warhead for N. Korean rockets/ Thanks
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Re: ISA Adapter question

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Just for reference -- WaveLAN was a manufacturer of network cards. Without seeing the connectors that were on the cards you have, I can only speculate as to what they were. I can tell you that both early Ethernet and Novell used coaxial cable with BNC's.

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