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Your computer has two very old Via Rhine Fast Ethernet NICs. The drivers for these very old NICs were removed from RHEL/CentOS 7. The driver is still present in RHEL/CentOS 6, which will be supported for another couple of years. So, you can use that operating system if you really need those NICs. Probably the best thing to do, though, is to get rid of the ...


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IIRC - You need to cross power cables at a 90 degree angle. http://diy.stackexchange.com/questions/11492/can-i-run-cat5-6-cables-parallel-to-electrical-cables


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I understand that moving the network cable or electrical wiring isn't practical for you. If that's the case, then if electrical interference is the problem, electrical shielding is the solution. I guess the cheapest experiment is to contrive a simple shield from aluminum foil, and ground it. (I assume that doesn't violate any building or electrical codes.) ...



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