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SpeedTouch Ethernet Adapter
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Applies to:

Thomson SpeedTouch 536 Ethernet & USB

Author/Supplier:

Thomson

Category:

Network

Requirements:

Windows XP

File Size:

12.9 MB

File Name:

ST536_USB

Release Date:

NA

Version:

NA

Last Updated:

05.11.2011

Rating:


4
/5 from 20 reviews.

Specifications:

  • Type: Router
  • Ports: Port 10/100 Ethernet, USB 1.1
  • Internet Protocols: PPPoA, PPPoE
  • Features: RJ-11 ADSL Port - Built-in ADSL Modem - ADSL22+ upgradable via firmware updates
  • Supported OS Versions: Win95, 98, 2000, NT. XP, Mac OS, UNIX, and Linux

Description:

The Speed Touch 510 Ethernet is designed to facilitate the connection of a current network or an Apple MAC to Broadband. It is ideal if you want to connect a leased line router and even provides Internet access at fairly high speeds, along with networking for gadgets that are Ethernet-enabled. The unit features hassle-free installation and configuration and user-friendly interface that is also web-based. In-built firewall provides much-needed security reinforcement. It can work with various operating systems such as Win95, 98, 2000, NT. XP, Mac OS, UNIX, and Linux.

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Robert Metcalfe one of the men responsible for the development of the Ethernet. Ethernet was first brought to fruition at Xerox PARC in the early 1980s and is thought to have been partly a successor of the preceding networking technology called ALOHAnet, which was being used then by the University of Hawaii. Metcalfe himself had performed research on ALOHAnet before he participated in the creation of Ethernet, and this most likely set the stage for Ethernet?s invention. Ethernet is now used to interconnect appliances and various personal devices. By the year 2010, the market for Ethernet equipment reached figures in excess of $16 billion per year.