Category: Network & Modems
Manufacturer: VLSI Corp
Caution Level: Safe
Download File Size: 1.69MB
Operating System: Windows 98SE/2003/XP/Vista/Mac OS
Latest Version / Release Date: N/A / 08 May 2000
The VLSI PCI to ISA Plug and Play Bridge is a network device that allows users to connect to networks within and without their buildings. It is a plug and play device and this makes its installation easy and convenient. Users are only required to plug it into their computers and they are connected. It has an encryption that is hi tech and this makes it give users secure connections. It is fitted with antennas that enhance its internet connections. It gives users internet at high speeds of 54Mbps in a through put mode. It spots a preconfigured WPA2 AES encryption. On every bridge are Ethernet ports which add up to five. It gives a power output of 200mW RF in links that are of a long range. This device has a highly compatibility which is comprehensive and this makes it user friendly.
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 VLSI PCI to ISA Plug and Play Bridge gives users a field technology that has been proven as the best over time. It is most suited for home and office users. It offers wireless links to users and this makes it the most preferred internet connector even in remote locations. It also offers gaming links for users who would like to plug in their play stations. It has a link for video conferencing and this makes it ideal for business people who are looking at networking with people from all over the world. This service increases production and cuts down on business running costs. The internet on this device can be shared between work stations and this makes it cost effective. It also features a video surveillance which enhances security. Users can print documents on this device through printer networking. It has a link for remote access. It is highly recommended you run a free registry scan for and VLSI PCI to ISA Plug and Play Bridge errors before installing any driver updates.