IBM 16/4 Token-Ring Card Bus Adapter

Category: Network & Modems
Manufacturer: IBM
Caution Level: Intermediate
Download File Size: 17 187 KB
Operating System: Windows 95/98/2000/NT4
Latest Version / Release Date: N/A / 01 Oct 2000

Windows device driver information for IBM 16/4 Token-Ring Card Bus Adapter

IBM 16/4 Token-Ring Card Bus Adapter falls under network and modem category. The device which is manufactured by IBM is compatible with Windows 95, 98, 2000 and NT 4 platforms. The device offers users unrivalled performance on the token-ring networks. The device which is 32 bit enables users to access token-ring bandwidth. In addition, unlike other cards that are 16 bit and come with PCMCIA interfaces, IBM 16/4 Token-Ring Card Bus Adapter makes it possible for users to experience a much higher throughput. The card is designed in such a way that it is able to meet the throughput demand of high tech operating environments and notebook computers. The card comes with numerous features including high performance but reduced power consumption that allow for the efficient management of large computer installations. The card comes with Plug and Play services making it not only easy to install but also use.

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IBM 16/4 Token-Ring Card Bus Adapter comes with Wake on LAN a feature that enables Network Manager applications to wake up the computer system for such tasks as the downloading of software. There is also the Alert on LAN that enables the computer system, even when it has been powered off, to communicate with the Network Manager about its status. The card comes with the MSS (Multiprotocol Switched Services) Route switching that helps to alleviate any delays in performance that sometimes occur in networks that are router based. The Redundant NIC feature on the card helps to greatly minimize downtime that is as a result of cable, adapter and connection failures especially where server connections are concerned. The RPL (Remote Program Load) helps to ensure that consistent levels of IPL are provided all across the LAN while LANAID simplifies the installation and configuration of protocols and drivers. It is highly recommended you run a free registry scan for and IBM 16/4 Token-Ring Card Bus Adapter errors before installing any driver updates.