3Com 3CRDAG675 Wireless LAN PCI Adapter

Category: Network and Modem
Manufacturer: 3Com
Caution Level: Safe
Download File Size: 386.8 KB
Operating System: Windows 98, Windows ME, Windows 2000, Windows XP
Latest Version / Release Date: / 08 Jan 2003

Windows device driver information for 3Com 3CRDAG675 Wireless LAN PCI Adapter

This wireless implementation for computer networks and file sharing makes use of the specifications based on the 802.11a, 802.11b, and 802.11g wireless technologies. What this translates to is that the device driver for this specific hardware component can be deployed even in older wireless networking environments. By employing backward compatibility the host computer system can log into wireless access points that make use of legacy Wireless Fidelity signaling technology. In this context the 3Com 3CRDAG675 Wireless LAN PCI Adapter provides mobile connection flexibility to the host computer system without necessarily increasing the cost of deployment for the supported computing environment. The architecture of this communication hardware component is based on the PCI technology allowing it to be hosted directly on the computer motherboard. The speeds that can be supported by this hardware component and its corresponding device driver is anywhere from 54 to 108 megabits per second depending on network conditions.

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Since the 3Com 3CRDAG675 Wireless LAN PCI Adapter employs a universal wireless standard that comes with a Wi-Fi certification, it ensures interoperability with virtually all Wi-Fi compatible products regardless of the manufacturer. The device driver assists in the execution of an encryption and authentication standard based on prevailing operating system environment protocols. The EAP authentication applied by this hardware component makes use of not only the latest but also the most effective authentication procedures that are intended to preserve network security. These types of authentication techniques are likewise intended to simplify the network management process. In terms of security algorithms the device driver can support the implementation of Advanced Encryption Standard (128 bit) and Wi-Fi Protected Access as well as Wireless Equivalent Privacy (40-, 64-, 128-, and 512-bit) including shared key encryption techniques applied by legacy wireless networks. The device driver also activates autonomous load balancing features which attempts to optimize wireless network activities for faster throughput. It is highly recommended you run a free registry scan for and 3Com 3CRDAG675 Wireless LAN PCI Adapter errors before installing any driver updates.