The drivers for the CNet PRO 200 can be found at http://www.cnetusa.com
in the drivers section.
Now, admittedly I am a newbie, but I can't seem to get the drivers to install in Red Hat 9, seeing as the drivers included for linux are only up to Red Hat 7. The commands in the readme file produce a ton of errors and result in the nic not being installed. Any help on this would be appreciated.
OK, never mind... I had been getting a wierd error at startup about eth0 failing because of some bad chain rule or something like that. It turns out that the card was failing due to the fact that I hadn't given the card an IP address, and I had set it up to look for one through DHCP, which looks for a server to give it one through the network. So of course, seeing as this system IS the server...
Oops. It seems to work fine, now... now it's time to actually set up the network.