| Four Apple serial ports may be flexibly assigned as LocalTalk or modem connections, in any combination.
Low cost networking through use of the computer's built-in LocalTalk port and daisy-chain topology.
High bandwidth connectivity to the campus Ethernet backbone.
Compatibile with existing or planned category-5 structured wiring systems.
Network segmentation provides high performance and relief of congestion.
Scalable from small to very large networks.
Full TCP/IP and Internet connectivity to LocalTalk based clients.
DECnet Level-1 routing to LocalTalk based clients.
Unites remote AppleTalk networks over the Internet using IPTalk-2 tunneling.
Establishes chooser zones, and zone-based filtering controls, for efficient logical network structuring and security.
Supports dial-in remote access through external modems.
Supports local network dial-out modem serving, through shared external modems.
Network sharing of serial devices such as printers, plotters or device console ports.
Perfect connectivity solution for legacy Apple-IIs, early Macs, Newton and eMate; and for current Macs with light-to-medium network usage.
Macintosh Network Builder
Remote Access Dial-in Server
Network Modem Dial-out Server
Multiprotocol Ethernet Gateway
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