D-Link USB Remote NDIS Network Device

Device driver details
Category: USB
Manufacturer: D-Link
Caution Level: Safe
Download File Size: 72.8 KB
Operating System: Windows 98SE, Windows ME, Windows 2000, Windows XP, Windows 2003, Windows Vista, Windows Vista x64
Latest Version / Release Date: 1.0.0 / 09 Oct 2007
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Windows device driver information for D-Link USB Remote NDIS Network Device

The D-Link USB Remote NDIS Network device adheres to the RNDIS or Remote NDIS specification. This specification is applicable for network devices on PnP I/O buses like the USB (Universal Serial Bus). It has 2 components – a message set that is independent of the bus and an account of how the message set will be relayed over a certain I/O bus the message set is supported. The RNDIS specification enhances the development experience for providers of hardware and installation process for users. This is because it makes use of a view that is independent of the bus and it leverages the semantics of the standard driver interface that NDIS already provides. The NDIS specification is a part of the architecture for networking deployed in Windows operating system platforms. It is capable of providing a simplified architecture of a miniport device driver to allow transports to interact with network adapter devices utilizing standard driver interfaces.

Before the inception of RNDIS, a hardware manufacturer who wanted to deliver complete support to a network device that is serial bus-attached had to program a driver for NDIS interfacing with NDIS as the driver for miniport. In addition, it also has to concurrently interface with a certain serial bus driver of WDM (Windows Driver Model). RNDIS is capable of eliminating the requirement for hardware manufacturers to program an NDIS driver since it can define a message set that is independent of a bus, and the description of how the set functions across different I/O buses. And since the interface of RNDIS in standardized, 1 set of host drivers may support any amount of networking devices that are bus-attached. This considerably enhances the system’s overall stability since no other drivers will be needed. It is highly recommended you run a free registry scan for and D-Link USB Remote NDIS Network Device errors before installing any driver updates.

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