Two revision 3 cards which are both "engineering" builds
Picture showing a revision 1 and revision 3 card respectively
Hi Res Version of Front (2000 x 784)
Hi Res Version of Back (2000 x 828)
|10Base2 (BNC & Coax, ThinNet):||Yes|
|10Base5 (AUI & Coax, ThickNet):||Yes|
|10BaseT (RJ45 & UTP):||No|
|100BaseTX (RJ45 & UTP):||No|
|MNI Driver:||Yes (z2-am7990.mni)|
|Other Driver:||Yes (AS255r TCP/IP stack has built in support)|
The A2065 is a full-length Zorro-II ethernet card. The A2065 hasn't been made in many years, but is still one of the most common ethernet cards for the Amiga, and infact was probably the first ever Amiga ethernet card. The firmware Ethernet address of the A2065 can be determined by taking the registered CBM block number (00-80-10) and appending the hex value shown on the sticker on chip U4.
| |_| BNC
| JP7 ABC |_
| : ABC | |
| ABC | | AUI
| JP1-JP6 | |
| :::::: |_|
JP1-JP6: Interrupt (default is JP2).
JP7: Ethernet Type
Off: Type 1.
On: Type 2 (default).
ABC Jumpers: Select Thick/Thin Ethernet.
AB: Select BNC connector (thin Ethernet).
BC: Select AUI connector (thick Ethernet).
Thanks to Greg Scott, Dave Haynie, Pascal Rielland and Warren Block