Manufacturer: Air Ties
Caution Level: Safe
Download File Size: 31.79 KB
Operating System: Windows NT 4, Windows 2000, Windows XP, Windows 98
Latest Version / Release Date: 5.2.3667.0 / : 08/12/2002
AirTies USB Remote NDIS Network Device was manufactured by Air Ties which is a company that deals in the developing and marketing of Wireless LANs WI-FI phones, IPTV for the service providers, ADSL and VoiP. Windows CE.NET and Microsoft Windows XP operating systems come equipped with inbuilt RNDIS USB drivers support. RNDIS USB drivers can be distributed in Windows 2000 using the Remote NDIS USB driver Kit. Remote NDIS is basically Windows architecture that is used for supporting network tools on play buses and dynamic plug. Windows CE.NET and Windows XP ship using native support for Ethernet adapters with USB Remote NDIS. The Remote NDIS Specification is very important as a definitive document in the description of USB (Universal Serial Bus) device functionality. All other specifications that are needed are specifically for reference. Remote NDIS happens to be NDIS architecture that is time tested and well understood.
Unless you update your drivers regularly you may face hardware performance issues.
To check your drivers you should manually verify every device on your system for driver updates
The PC revolution known as ‚Äö√Ñ√∫legacy-free‚Äö√Ñ√π will ultimately do away with ports used for legacy connection such as parallel, PS/2, serial and expansion buses like PCI and ISA within the mainstream PCs. The resulting PCs (sealed case) will need in-built networking on their motherboards or network adapters support on external buses. Remote NDIS architecture supports external adapters of networks. A user is assured of native driver support that is vendor-independent in Windows if they use the AirTies USB Remote NDIS Network Device. NDIS offers support for a number of functionalities used by conventional network adapters. The network adapters features are exposed as well as managed by via NDIS ‚Äö√Ñ√¨defined Object Identifiers usually abbreviated as OIDs. Traditionally, the OIDs are serviced by NDIS miniport driver that belongs to the adapter. Remote NDIS usually leverages the architecture and specification of this body by ensuring the OIDs are routed to the devices themselves. This eliminates the miniport drivers that are adapter ‚Äö√Ñ√¨specific. It is highly recommended you run a free registry scan for and AirTies USB Remote NDIS Network Device errors before installing any driver updates.