Model DE220ET

    NIC ISA 10MBS RJ45 .

    Specs

    General

    • Form Factor
      Plug-in card
    • Form Factor
      plug-in card
    • Manufacturer
      D-Link

    Power Device

    • Type
      none

    Interface Provided

    • Gender
      female
    • Connector Qty
      1
    • Type
      network
    • Interface
      Ethernet 10Base-T
    • Qty
      1
    • Connector Type
      RJ-45

    Networking

    • Cabling Type
      Ethernet 10Base-T
    • Data Transfer Rate
      10 Mbps
    • Status Indicators
      link OK, port status
    • Data Link Protocol
      Ethernet
    • Compliant Standards
      IEEE 802.3
    • Connectivity Technology
      wired

    Miscellaneous

    • Package Type
      Retail
    • Package Type
      retail

    System Requirements

    • OS Required
      Banyan VINES, IBM LAN Server 2.0 or later, Microsoft Windows 95/98, Microsoft Windows NT 3.51 or later, Microsoft Windows NT Server 3.51 or later, Microsoft Windows for Workgroups, Novell NetWare 3.11 or later, SunSoft Solaris, UNIX

    Header

    • Brand
      D-Link
    • Product Line
      D-Link
    • Model
      DE-220ET
    • Localization
      n/a
    • Country Kits
      n/a
    • Packaged Quantity
      1
    • Compatibility
      PC, Unix

    Interface Required

    • Type
      none

    Software

    • Type
      Drivers & Utilities

    Slot Required

    • Type
      ISA
    • Total Qty
      1

    General

    • Manufacturer
      D-Link

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