Basilisk II only supports AppleTalk over Ethernet cards. So, it doesn't matter what type
of Ethernet card is installed.....it could be BNC, RJ45, ISA, PCI, PCMCIA, as long as it is Ethernet it should work.
Perhaps you could define "PC Port". If you mean a serial port, then no, the driver won't work for a serial port.
AppleTalk can be routed over IP, as there is a software package from The Department of Computer Science and Software Engineering at the University of Melbourne located at: http://www.cs.mu.oz.au/appletalk/
. The applications there are quite powerfull for connecting remote networks. From what I can last recall, they do work fine in Basilisk II, but any portion of the software that relates to modems and serial ports may not work. Some are free, others are demos.
Some routers also have a AppleTalk router built into them, allowing networks to be bridged, but these are few and far between and generally are not in a price range where just anyone has them.