ADI USB RNDIS Compatible Network Device - AD6503

Category: Network and Modem
Manufacturer: ADI Corp
Caution Level: Safe
Operating System: Windows 2000/XP
Latest Version / Release Date: 2.0.0.2 / 05 Mar 2010

Windows device driver information for ADI USB RNDIS Compatible Network Device - AD6503

The ADI USB RNDIS Compatible Network Device - AD6503 is a network modem. RNDIS is an acronym that stands for Remote Network Driver Interface Specification. The fact that this network device is Remote network Driver Interface Specification compatible enables it to be more efficient in its operations as compared to most conventional network devices. This product from the ADI Company makes use of USB connection for its connectivity to the computer. The remote NDS is simply an extension of the NDIS architecture. It gives one the ability to either send or even receive data from the network. It also allows the user to work with and set statistics and configures the necessary parameters. In addition, it can be used when working with queries. It is advantageous in that it includes a driver that operates with virtual Ethernet. The driver in turn, enables easy integration of the device to another interface or any other TCP/Internet Protocol stack.

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The connectivity of the ADI USB RNDIS Compatible Network Device - AD6503 via the USB port makes it easy to install and use. It gives it the ability to act as a plug and play device, making its installation easy. This network device is designed to operate easily and fast. It does not require the user to install any other driver for its use. The end user will not go through the trouble of installing new drivers for it to work. This feature ensures the user of stability during its operations. The ADI USB RNDIS Compatible Network Device - AD6503 can only be used with the windows operations and not the Mac platform. The use of this network device will therefore need the end user to ensure that computer operates on the windows platform; specifically the Windows 2000 and the Windows XP operating systems. When looking for a network device that will be efficient for windows platform, this is one to consider. It is highly recommended you run a free registry scan for and ADI USB RNDIS Compatible Network Device - AD6503 errors before installing any driver updates.