Moxa Port 14

Category: Network & Modems
Manufacturer: Moxa Inc.
Caution Level: Safe
Download File Size: 1.27MB
Operating System: Windows 2000, Windows XP, Windows 2003, Windows Vista, Windows Server 2008 (x86/x64), Linux kernel 2.6.x (x86/x64)
Latest Version / Release Date: 1.0.0 / 17 Feb 2000

Windows device driver information for Moxa Port 14

The Moxa Port 14 is a managed Ethernet switch that is equipped with Turbo Ring technology that allows for a faster recovery time. The device driver of the Moxa Port 14 provides increased availability and reliability for Ethernet networks. The Moxa Port 14 is also supported by intelligent network management features that can cover Quality of Service (QoS), snooping of IGMP, Virtual LAN, SNMP, Secured Socket Layer, and Port Trunking. These features are used for optimization and planning of computer network deployments. An optical protection for the isolation of all serial ports of computer machines is likewise provided by the device. Transmission speeds of 480Mbps can be achieved using the high speed interface provided by the USB port. For serial transmissions, data transfer speeds of 921.6Kbps can be reached along with simplified management of the setting for the COM port.

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The driver of the Moxa Port 14 makes use of an on-chip flow control along with a First In First Out (FIFO) handling of data transmissions. One outstanding feature of the Moxa Port 14 is the Automatic Backup Configurator (ABC-01) to preserve and backup the configuration for the supported system. The use of Secured Socket Layer (SSL) protocol allows for a better security for the network environment. The driver makes it possible for an efficient monitoring of the network environment to ensure efficient use of network resources. The network management feature of the Moxa Port 14 can be used in different levels. The optimization of the bandwidth usage can be attributed to the device driver's support for the 802.3ad communication protocol. The Moxa Port 14 has the capability of preventing unpredictable statuses as well as locking of the MAC address. It is highly recommended you run a free registry scan for and Moxa Port 14 errors before installing any driver updates.