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The Network Interface Cards (NICs) supported by RT-TCP/IP do not require any special hardware configuration. Just install the card in a vacant PCI slot of your computer.
RTX64 uses the Windows Device Manager for converting an existing PCI NIC card from a Windows device to an RTX64 device. Once the NIC card has been associated as an RTX64 device, it can then be used as a NIC dedicated to RT-TCP/IP. See Converting a Windows Device to an RTX64 Device for more information.
Each NIC card that is an RTX64 device requires its own interrupt, be it line-based, MSI, or MSI-X. See Configuring Interrupts for additional information.
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