Fast Ethernet PCI Network Adapter

D-Link’s DFE-530TX Fast Ethernet PCI Network Adapter is a high-performance auto-sensing 10/100 Mbps dual-speed adapter for the PCI bus. Installable in any PC equipped with a PCI expansion slot, this adapter turns a desktop into a high bandwidth graphic/multimedia workstation or a server running at full-duplex speed.

  • 10/100 Mbps NWay Interface
  • Single shielded RJ-45 connector
  • Full duplex support for both 10BASE-T and 100BASE-TX
  • Simple Plug and Play

Auto-Sensing Interface

Connects to either 10BASE-T or 100BASE-TX without any need to perform any configuration.

Comprehensive Driver Support

Adapter supports all major network operating systems, including NetWare, Windows, and Linux.

Full Duplex for High Speeds

Experience up to 200 Mbps network speed when connected in full duplex mode.

Powerful Performance

The Fast Ethernet PCI Network Adapter operates in the 32-bit Bus Master mode, delivering throughputs at multi-megabits per second with little stress on the host’s CPU. Supporting PCI clock speeds independently of the network clock, it transfers data directly to/from the host’s memory, bypassing the CPU to alleviate the host’s workload. The adapter allows users to migrate from Ethernet to Fast Ethernet in easy steps. 10BASE-T users can upgrade to 100BASETX anytime without changing driver software or network cables.

Versatile Functionality

The DFE-530TX’s single connector connects to either 10BASE-T Ethernet or 100BASE-TX Fast Ethernet completely without any need to set configuration. It detects the connected hub’s or switch’s capability and auto-negotiates to use the highest available speed. Full/half duplex operation is auto-detected in both 10BASE-T and 100BASE-TX modes. When connected to a switch in full duplex, the network speed can be increased to 200 Mbps, making the adapter an ideal NIC (network interface card) for high-speed server deployment.





Datasheet Full Technical Specifications pdf
Manual User Manual pdf
Installation guides Quick Installation Guide pdf
Firmware Please have your H/W ready Folder

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