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$68.29 list($88.00)
121. Linksys 10-Port 10-RJ45/1-BNC
$32.95 list($58.00)
122. Linksys EW5HUB Ethernet 5-port
123. Linksys Np100 Media Coupler for
$35.00 list($71.00)
124. Linksys WDT11 Instant Wireless-B
$69.54 list($148.99)
125. Linksys EG1064 Instant Gigabit
$26.99 list($57.00)
126. Linksys HPN100 HomeLink Phoneline
$16.99 $8.99 list()
127. Linksys BA2LF ADSL In-line Phone
$26.99 $25.24 list()
128. Linksys LNE100M EtherFast 10/100
$33.00
129. Network Everywhere 4-Port Cable/DSL
$29.99 $25.00 list()
130. Network Everywhere NP100 10/100
$39.00 list($118.00)
131. Linksys PCM100H1 HomeLink Phoneline
$145.99 $145.42 list($250.99)
132. Linksys EF2H16 16-Port Hub Etherfast
$29.99 list($128.00)
133. Linksys HPN100SK HomeLink Phoneline
$19.00 list($45.00)
134. Network Everywhere NH1005 10/100
$61.99 $59.99 list()
135. 128MB USB 2.0 Disk Mini Drive
$39.95 list($89.99)
136. Linksys WPC51AB Dual-Band Wireless
$79.64 list($99.99)
137. Linksys USBM128M Instant USB Disk
$39.99 $34.88 list($58.99)
138. Linksys PCMPC100 EtherFast 10/100
list($80.00)
139. Linksys ProConnect 2-Port Compact
list($45.00)
140. Network Everywhere NH105 5-Port

121. Linksys 10-Port 10-RJ45/1-BNC Port EW10Hub Ethernet Workgroup Hub
list price: $88.00
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Asin: B00004Z77J
Catlog: CE
Manufacturer: Linksys
Sales Rank: 40081
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122. Linksys EW5HUB Ethernet 5-port Workgroup Hub
list price: $58.00
our price: $32.95
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Asin: B00003006A
Catlog: CE
Manufacturer: Linksys
Sales Rank: 17739
Average Customer Review: 4.25 out of 5 stars
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Amazon.com Review

The Ethernet Workgroup five-port hub from Linksys doesn't have any characteristics that set it apart from similar products, but then this isn't a category known for its advanced features. When it comes to hubs, all you need are reliability, simple installation, and enough ports to accommodate the machines on your network. Whether this hub meets that last criterion is up to you, but it certainly lives up to its promises on the other two counts.

Inside the box you'll find the hub, an AC adapter, and a small instruction manual. Linksys didn't waste any space when they made the hub--it's a small unit that should fit anywhere. Our only complaint about the design is its curved top, which meant we couldn't stack other hubs on top of it to keep things neat.

This hub is as easy to install as any other we've worked with. We just plugged the Ethernet cables from our networked PCs into it, attached it to the AC adapter, and booted all the attached systems. The hub configured itself, our Windows 98 networking software immediately recognized it, and the network was active.

The hub has no on/off switch, and as long as it is plugged in, it's active. It runs silently, unlike other hubs we've tested that are equipped with noisy cooling fans. Status LEDs on the front of the unit blink to indicate the intensity of network traffic on active ports, and an extra LED blinks when network collisions are detected.

Up to five PCs can interface with the hub, although there are six ports on the back. The sixth port is reserved for an uplink, letting users easily add another hub as their network grows. You can mix and match hubs, whether you're attaching one to the Linksys product or using this hub as the uplink.

The hub performed comparably to other 10Base-T products we've tested, and while it's nowhere near as fast as a 100Base-T hub (for obvious reasons), speeds should be perfectly adequate for home or small-business networks or LAN gaming. The Ethernet five-port workgroup hub may not be the most exciting piece of hardware you'll ever buy, but it does its job reliably and offers good scalability via the uplink port. --T. Byrl Baker

Pros:

  • Easy installation
  • Reliable performance
  • Uplink port
  • Small size

Cons:

  • Curved top
  • No Fast Ethernet support
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Features

  • IEEE-802.3 compliant
  • Runs at 10 Mbps
  • All hubs include uplink ports
  • Ready to run with all major network software and hardware
  • Easy-to-read LED indicators

Reviews (12)

5-0 out of 5 stars Excellent robust hub
I've been using this hub for a while for a mixed-platform home network of 2 Windows machines, 1 Linux, and a cable modem. I've never had any problems with the hub, and I consistently get data throughput--not including headers--of about 9Mbps. I highly recommend this hub (or its kit) for anyone who only needs 10Mbps speed.

4-0 out of 5 stars If you don't foresee needing 100/Base T speeds, buy this
Though I'm not convinced this hub is the smartest option for serious network building in the work environment, it is the perfect, inexpensive start-up for a home network. With room for five computers, it boasts more capacity than most families could reasonably use. Its 10/Base-T speed limit is faster than most homes would currently need (even cable ISPs don't give residential users faster than 10/Base-T speeds at the moment). And the product description is accurate when it claims that the hub can isolate each of the five ports, ensuring smooth transmission rates on 'good' ports even if another one is bad. It's extremely unlikely, therefore, that you would need anything more vigorous than this hub to get your home or small office network up and running well.

There are down sides, however. While the 10/Base-T speeds are good for now, once ISPs begin delivering at the higher 100/Base-T speed, this hub will seem as slow as a 56kbs modem does to someone used to cable modem speeds. Also, the home user might currently have a need for a faster 100/Base hub if they play a lot of networked high-performance games between computers on their own local intranet. And that 5th port which shares with the ISP link really isn't as fast as the other ports.

Still, for most consumer needs, you shouldn't have to look further than this solid, reasonably-priced performer.

5-0 out of 5 stars 5 star hub
I am a Halo fan and count on this hub to link xboxs together. It works great, isnt very expensive, and is small and compact. 5 stars.

5-0 out of 5 stars LINKSYS HUB
This devise was extremly easy to connect to my LAN, I was able to get all my PC's connected to the internet.I was able to share my Printer, Scanner and fax with out any trouble at all. I strongly reccomend this product.

4-0 out of 5 stars Decent Reliability Proves Cost Effective
This is a pretty cheap hub. In terms of price that is. For the cost is delivers a nice bang. I don't really push it much, but my hub is connected to a 10base-T LAN for my campus ethernet and I've got three computers hooked up to it. It usually handles multiple connections well, but there's just a few times when the poor hub just can't take it and the collision light blinks mad crazy. Performance is decent for my setup however, but my setup is probably atypical. However, if it can manage to deliver 1 meg/s total very nicely to one computer, and about the same total when three computers on the hub are asking for data, on this really nice campus ethernet connection, it should have little trouble handling slower DSL and cable modem connections. Oh, and over the summer, the thing was relegated to distributing a 56k modem connection. As if anyone was wondering... it handled that without a problem. Setup is a cinch, but that goes for most hubs. Plug and play in the truest sense of the word... if you have DHCP set up properly, Windows shouldn't even realize there's a hub there. Linksys products in general are very reliable however, so I expect this hub to last me for well past the amount of time I'll need it to. ... Read more


123. Linksys Np100 Media Coupler for Network Everywhere

Asin: B000067TV0
Catlog: CE
Manufacturer: Linksys
Sales Rank: 17065
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124. Linksys WDT11 Instant Wireless-B PCI Adapter
list price: $71.00
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Asin: B00005854E
Catlog: CE
Manufacturer: Linksys
Sales Rank: 14336
Average Customer Review: 2.44 out of 5 stars
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Amazon.com Review

For those wanting to install the Linksys Wireless Network Card in a desktop PC, the Wireless-B PCI Adapter is the "PC card reader" necessary. This adapter is only used with Linksys wireless cards.

The unit, when combined with the wireless card, offers the same networking power as a wired network with the ability to roam and the luxury of not running cables. The unit is of a standard size, and it even has handy "R" and "L" reference points on the network card tracks to make sure you place the card properly in your machine.

Installing the unit is straightforward: plug your wireless network card into the adapter's slot, open up your computer, place the adapter into an open PCI slot on the motherboard, secure (with a mounting screw that is not included), and power up. The computer recognizes the new hardware, and with the installation of drivers from both the Linksys CD and your Windows CD, the installation is complete. The card is not hot-swappable, so if you ever want to remove the card and replace it, be sure to do this while the machine is off.

The adapter itself needs no configuration as it serves only as a home for the wireless card. The accompanying paperwork provides clear instructions for the installation of the adapter, and includes the toll-free number for technical support should you run into difficulties. Adapter users should be aware, however, that both the Linksys customer support and the Web site will only help make sure that your hardware is properly in place: neither resource will guide you in configuring your network. In fact, technical support will refer you to another Web site. However, for those constructing a small office/home office network, the wireless route can be a painless way to sharing resources without having to worry about stringing cables.--Emily Dirks

Pros:

  • Easy installation with plug-and-play operation

Potential Cons:

  • Only works with the Linksys Wireless PC Card
  • Customer support of little help
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Features

  • Works in conjunction with the Linksys Instant Wireless network PC Card
  • 11 Mbps high-speed transfer rate (with PC Card inserted)
  • Compatible with Windows 95, 98, 2000, NT, and Me
  • Interoperable with IEEE 802.11b (DSSS) 2.4 GHz-compliant equipment
  • Works with all standard Internet applications

Reviews (27)

4-0 out of 5 stars Running on Windows 2000 Desktop
I installed the PCI Adapter in an IBM Intellistation Pro running Windows 2000. As another reviewer pointed out, the drivers that ship with the card do not work on all systems. They did not work for the Intellistation. I had to download the latest drivers from the Linksys web site. But, here's the catch. You won't find the latest drivers listed under the WDT11. Instead, download the latest drivers for the Wireless PC Card (WPC11). This driver set has INF entries for both the WPC11 and WDT11. Once I removed the old driver files and ran these new ones, everything worked.

The card works great. I keep the Intellistation three rooms away from the access point (a Linksys WAP 11), and the computer still acheives Internet download speeds of 300 kilobytes/second. (My home network shares a cable modem connection.) I am amazed with the performance of this card. I was skeptical that anything close to 11 Mbs could be achieved under real-world conditions. I was prepared for real-world performance more like 300 kilobits/second than 300 kilobytes per second. This card actually performs as well as many wired 10 Mbs Ethernet cards. However, Linksys does lose a star for the responsiveness of their tech support.

When I first could not get the card to work, I contacted Linksys tech support. I recommend calling. I first sent e-mail and did not receive a response for five days. In the interim I called them and after ten minutes got a person who provided reasonable suggestions. However, none of the suggestions worked. Then, I got the bright idea to try the WPC11 drivers. When Linksys finally answered the e-mail, they provided the correct solution by sending me the new drivers. So, I'll give them some credit for coming up with the correct answer but one that was very late. I replied to them that they should correct their web site. I was told that my suggestion was forwarded to the webmaster. That was a month ago and the defective drivers are still listed under the WDT11.

3-0 out of 5 stars Did not meet expections.
The Linksys system router installation went well, with the exception of the client. The router came up and accepted the setup instructions. Problems began when I setup up the adapter and instant wireless network pc card from Linksys (WPC11). First, the 1998 Compaq 400/12gig, Win98 desktop would lockup everytime I booted it up with the Linksys card installed. I installed the software first, then the hardware, the Compaq computer would freeze and refuse to work. To verify the card was not defective, I moved to my Toshiba laptop and inserted the card in one of the pcmcia slots and installed the drivers. After reading futher I determined that a configuration program needed to be installed from the CD provided by LinkSys. This is a required program which is not automatically installed during the setup of the drivers. After waiting 24 hours for a return call from LinkSys, the technican quickly prompted me to make one change in my configuration and we were up and running. The laptop under Windows 98 worked perfectly. After determining that the device (LinkSys network card)was not defective I returned to the Compaq unit. This time I installed all of the software, then the hardware, again the compaq refused to accept the LinkSys wireless adapter and card. By now I am thinking there is something wrong with the Compaq computer.

I then decided to try a different vender. I went to CompUSA and picked up a D-Link adapter and card for the test. Guess what! The D-Link instruction wanted the software first, which when installed setup the config program and the drivers all in two passes, a reboot was required before the second pass. It was clear on how to do the install, the install screen had additional information making going thru the documention unecessary.

The D-link unit worked perfectly with the Compaq computer. I was pleased, I could use the LinkSys in my laptop and a D-link adapter in the Compaq. The next big test was to come. During the installation, all of the devices were in my office at home, but the Compaq was my wife's computer and needed to move across the house to her office about 60 feet away. The write up shows distances of over 400 feet will work with these wireless devices - NOT SO. Granted there are 4 walls and part of the kitchen between my office and my wife's, the actual distance is about 60 feet at most. Complete rejection followed, after spending one full day installing and testing this new wireless router, I still can not get the link up to my wife's compaq in her office. I am going to keep the router, to work with my laptop in the den and on the patio out back, but it looks like a hard wired connection will be the only way a computer link will work at my house.

Jim Jackson Programmer

5-0 out of 5 stars Great Security and Speed!
I've been using the WDT11 with the WPC11 ver.3 for a year and they work perfectly. The 128-bit WEP encryption and MAC filtering provides excellent security. I've got up to 2000kbps internet connection the security and a firewall running. I have used it with various PC cards and they work perfectly. Of course, the WDT11 works best with the WPC11. I've installed the WDT11 on a UNIX box and it worked perfectly too. WDT11 is very user-friendly, especially with WIN XP and WIN 2000.

2-0 out of 5 stars There are far better alternatives
These adapters are just stupid. All the network card companies are selling these adapters which work exclusively with their network cards. If you look around on the internet, you can get similar adapters which will work with *any* PCMCIA card for a similar price.

1-0 out of 5 stars Hide the gun.....
I have never seen anything as bad as this. I have a BEFW11S4 router and a WMP11 card by Linksys. What a joke!!! Tech support is as bad as the product. The card made my comp crash so bad, I had to re-format the hard drive...yes everything gone. Never got it working. The manual is badly written. The first time in years that I've had any trouble installing anything. Word of wisdom....stay away from this product. I had to give it 1 star (which it doesn't deserve that). I could go on but what's the use..... ... Read more


125. Linksys EG1064 Instant Gigabit Network Adapter (64-bit)
list price: $148.99
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Asin: B00005NIMO
Catlog: CE
Manufacturer: Linksys
Sales Rank: 40460
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126. Linksys HPN100 HomeLink Phoneline Network Card
list price: $57.00
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Asin: B00004XQOH
Catlog: CE
Manufacturer: Linksys
Sales Rank: 31402
Average Customer Review: 3.67 out of 5 stars
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Amazon.com Product Description

The Linksys HomeLink Phoneline network card lets you connect up to 25PCs over a home's existing phone lines without having to buy extra hardware.Using AMD's PCnet-Home technology, this card allows phone lines to carry data ata 1 Mbps transfer rate without interrupting regular telephone service or feedsfrom a cable or DSL modem. You can talk on the telephone, download files fromthe Internet, and share resources over a network all at the same time. Everystandard telephone jack in the home is capable of hosting a PCI-equippedcomputer, thus transforming the home's telephone wiring into an easilyexpandable network. With a 10Base-T port on the card as well, you can migrate toa 10 Mbps Ethernet whenever you want.

The Linksys HomeLink Phoneline network card comes with a five-year warranty. ... Read more

Features

  • Internal PCI network card with 2 RJ-11 modular telephone ports
  • Lets you build a network using your existing phone line
  • 1 Mbps transfer rate, 18 times faster than a 56K modem
  • Frequency division multiplexing for simultaneous voice service and network data transmissions
  • Connect up to 25 PCs on a network

Reviews (3)

5-0 out of 5 stars Linksys HomeLink PhoneLine Network Card
Installed the Linksys HomeLink PhoneLine Network Cards on Win 95 and XP operating systems with the Linksys HomeLink Phoneline 10M cable/dsl router. The phoneline NIC's work great, easy to setup, and not a single problem with them. If you have a Linksys HomeLink Phoneline 10M cable/dsl router, this is the NIC to get for it.

4-0 out of 5 stars It works great when it finally works
I networked three PCs using the Homelink Phoneline system. It took forever to get it working, because the documentation is very incomplete, but now that it's working, it's wonderful. My daughter attends an online academy and I teach online and we can both work at the same time without a problem. janet

2-0 out of 5 stars Linksys HPN100: a little slow
The 1Mb/s transfer rate over POTS (phone line) is a little slow, and internet sharing crawls. The built-in ethernet port is nice, if you can run the cables. ... Read more


127. Linksys BA2LF ADSL In-line Phone Filter

our price: $16.99
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Asin: B00006B6BP
Catlog: CE
Manufacturer: Linksys
Sales Rank: 10037
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128. Linksys LNE100M EtherFast 10/100 Managed Network Adapter

our price: $26.99
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Asin: B000075BAK
Catlog: CE
Manufacturer: Linksys
Sales Rank: 22118
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Features

  • 10/100 auto-negotiating ethernet interface, with SNMP-based management
  • Configure and monitor your network from one centralized location
  • Power-on any PC from anywhere on the network with Wake-On-LAN support
  • Optimize your network traffic with 802.1Q VLAN support and 802.1p traffic prioritization

129. Network Everywhere 4-Port Cable/DSL Router

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Asin: B00006HZ1R
Catlog: CE
Manufacturer: Network Everywhere
Sales Rank: 13398
Average Customer Review: 3.59 out of 5 stars
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Amazon.com Product Description

You've made the investment in high-speed cable or DSL Internet service. Now maximize the return on this investment by sharing the connection with multiple computers. The Network Everywhere cable/DSL 4-port router connects multiple PCs to your cable or DSL modem. And using the setup wizard, you can start working quickly--just enter your Internet connection settings and let the wizard do the work.

The Network Everywhere router lets your PCs share one IP address from your ISP, files, printers, and other resources. Use the router as a DHCP server so it automatically assigns internal IP addresses to your PCs. For network security, the router's built-in NAT feature helps protect your internal network. Universal plug and play makes your networking experience as easy as possible.

The Network Everywhere cable/DSL 4-port router comes with a one-year limited warranty. ... Read more

Features

  • Setup wizard for convenient network setup
  • Supports universal plug and play for easy network configuration
  • Administer and upgrade router remotely over the Internet
  • Easily configurable through the Web browser of any networked PC
  • Configurable as a DHCP server on your network

Reviews (32)

3-0 out of 5 stars Buggy Port Forwarding
For basic functionality (sharing a broadband connection, file and printer sharing, etc), this is a solid little router with few, if any, reliability problems. I've had it running for almost six months, sharing a RoadRunner cable modem between a Win2k PC and a RH Linux PC, and I don't recall it dropping a connection or needing a reset.

The 'fun' starts, however, if you try to use some of the advanced functionality, like port-forwarding. I've tried everything under the sun to forward port 80 to my Linux PC (to run a webserver) but the router wil do so for a few hours (or minutes, or not at all!) then switch to forwarding it to my Win2k PC. As another reviewer here noted, this is a bug acknowledged by their tech support with no plans for a fix (I'm running the latest firmware). As far as I can tell, other features like forwarding non-standard ports (for P2P or voice chat) and the DMZ feature work fine.

If you need/like to tweak advanced features, then stay away from this router. But if you have no plans other than plain-vanilla internet, file and printer sharing, then this is not a bad purchase for the price.

1-0 out of 5 stars Just didn't work
May have been defective. 1) It would only recognize one of three PC's on the network, regardless of which port they were plugged into. (Apparently it couldn't handle CAT5 cable lengths greater than 6 feet.) 2) The HTML-based interface was buggy, I really wasn't expecting to see script errors from firmware. 3) It runs awfully hot. I returned it the next day, and exchanged it for a "real" LinkSys, which so far is working out great.

4-0 out of 5 stars DEAD at age 22 days
I had originally written a review praising this router. It worked right out of the box, easy set-up. But, 22 days after purchase, it started shutting itself off. Would run fine--for approx. 3 minutes, then "lights out" literally. Would have to unplug its powerblock, wait a minute or so, then replug. Still, just the 3 minutes and off again. Took it back to CompUSA (which was "nice" enough to let me exchange it past their 14-day limit, as long as I paid another $4.99 for their 1-year "walk-in replacement" warranty), swapped it out for another of the exact same model. That 2nd one went belly-up the next day; same deal, but the off time varied from the earlier one's 3 minutes. Tried plugging it into another outlet (not my power strip, thinking it might possibly be that); no change. Returned it to CompUSA the next day, exchanged it for their store brand router. That's only been 3 days, but so far, it's still running. We'll see.

For me, NO MORE LINKSYS *ANYTHING*.

1-0 out of 5 stars Network Everywhere 4-Port Cable/DSL Router
Have had difficulty with getting the unit to work. Installed software with no positive result.

1-0 out of 5 stars Worked BAD with My Earthlink DSL
Wow! I suffered with this thing for 3 days before I gave up and returned it, I bought a Gigafast EE-400R Router instead and most of my problems dissapeared.
Bad things about this "Network Everywhere" router:
1. Runs Hot
2. Internet is very slow, 2wice as slow as without this router!!
3. Tech support hours are limited and are a long distance #
4. Didnt work with Secure sites like Hotmail (Ok neither did Gigafast router at first because of Earthlink's MTU settings but the very able tech support helped me there.)

If you are having difficulty with secure sites Like hotmail or Yahoo mail
try this :
4. change the MTU1 PPPoE client value from 1500 to "1000", and click SAVE

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130. Network Everywhere NP100 10/100 PC Card

our price: $29.99
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Asin: B00006HMZD
Catlog: CE
Manufacturer: Network Everywhere
Sales Rank: 40691
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Amazon.com Product Description

Housed in a sturdy stainless steel shell, the Network Everywhere Ethernet 10/100 PC Card is a 10/100 auto sensing network adapter for notebook computers. Ready to run right out of the box, at home, in the office, or on the road, the 10Base-T PC Card offers reliable and fast performance at a great price. The card is built to run with Windows 95, 98, 2000, Me, NT, and XP networks. Take your network connection anywhere with the Fast Ethernet 10/100 PC Card. ... Read more

Features

  • Connects to any 10 or 100 Mbps network
  • Works in 16-bit and cardbus PCMCIA slots
  • Easy-to-read status lights on the coupler
  • 32 KB buffer for fast file and transfers
  • Compatible with Windows 95, 98, ME, NT, 2000, XP

131. Linksys PCM100H1 HomeLink Phoneline Network PC Card (10/100)
list price: $118.00
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Asin: B00004SB9Y
Catlog: CE
Manufacturer: Linksys
Sales Rank: 20775
Average Customer Review: 3.0 out of 5 stars
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Product Description

Do you need a PC Card that offers instant connectivity to multiple PCs over a home's existing telephone lines or over a regular Fast Ethernet connection? The answer is here! The HomeLink Phoneline + 10/100 Network PC Card is the ultimate in versatile connectivity for mobile users. The 16-Bit PC Card's coupler is equipped with two standard RJ-11 telephone ports and a 10/100 dual-speed Fast Ethernet port. You can connect to any 1Mbps HomeLink network or any 10BaseT/100BaseTX network without swapping cards. ... Read more

Features

  • Build a network using your existing phone line--no additional hubs or cabling needed
  • Type II PCMCIA network card with 2 RJ-11 modular telephone ports and 1 RJ-45 10Base-T/100Base-TX Fast Ethernet port
  • 1 Mbps transfer rate over telephone lines--ideal for file and printer sharing, e-mail, Web access, gaming, and more
  • Dual-speed RJ-45 port automatically detects cabling speed
  • Compatible with virtually all PCMCIA and CardBus-equipped notebook PCs

Reviews (4)

4-0 out of 5 stars Linksys HomeLink Phoneline + 10/100 Network PC Card
Worked great! I installed it on a network with another brand of card and another level of windows and it came right up after downloading the Windows XP driver from Linksys. Could be faster, but it was only $39.

1-0 out of 5 stars A bad fun...
This could be just abad fun. Nowdays every notebook have a faxmodem and a network card. Than ? This is not a worthy thing...
The price is not correct !

3-0 out of 5 stars Hardware works fine but documentation is weak
I'm using 3 of these cards on laptops in a home network, together with a desktop using Linksys's internal phoneline card.I finally have it all working and it works fine, but it was a struggle.The laptops are all different; configured to work with 3 different networks at work and 2 schools.Also 3 op systems: ME, 98, 95.Linksys's supplied documentation was simply not complete enough -- had to go to the Microsoft product support site for their help articles.Spent probably 25 hours altogether.Admittedly, I'm a first timer, but aren't most customers for this kind of product first timers?

3-0 out of 5 stars This homelink Phoneline is alright
I thought that this was a great deal, the networking ability allowed for easy sharing of files and documents to the other computers in my house. I would probably buy this network card again. ... Read more


132. Linksys EF2H16 16-Port Hub Etherfast II 10/100 Autosensing
list price: $250.99
our price: $145.99
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Asin: B00004XRD7
Catlog: CE
Manufacturer: Linksys
Sales Rank: 33344
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Features

  • Pro-grade hub with 16 10BaseT/100BaseTX RJ-45 ports
  • Each port automatically adjusts to either 10 Mbps or 100 Mbps Speeds
  • Includes a shared uplink port for expansion with other hubs, stackable hubs, and switches
  • IEEE 802.3u 100BaseTX Class II compliant
  • Works with virtually all major network operating systems

133. Linksys HPN100SK HomeLink Phoneline Network in a Box
list price: $128.00
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Asin: B00003006Q
Catlog: CE
Manufacturer: Linksys
Sales Rank: 33010
Average Customer Review: 2.83 out of 5 stars
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Amazon.com Product Description

Now you can connect multiple Pentium PCs in your home or office to share modems, files, printers, and more, and you don't need anything more than what's in this box. You won't be required to buy any cables or hubs to get your network started. Your phone line does all the work. And as a bonus, HomeLink Phoneline Network in a Box now comes with a free copy of Virtual Motion's Internet LanBridge LAN-to-Internet connectivity software, with unlimited user licenses. ... Read more

Features

  • Build a network using your existing telephone line--no extra hubs or cabling
  • Includes 2 internal PCI network cards with 2 RJ-11 modular telephone ports each
  • 1 Mbps transfer rate--perfect for file and printer sharing, e-mail, and more
  • Works with Windows 95, 98, and NT 4.0
  • Includes Internet LanBridge LAN-to-Internet connectivity software

Reviews (6)

1-0 out of 5 stars would not install
I spent 6 months off and on trying to install the adapter cards onto my Win98SE computers. Windows could never find the driver from the CD nor from the two files sent by LinkSys tech support.

I then bought the Netgear wireless MA311 cards; they installed perfectly and network is running the same day I took it out of the box.

4-0 out of 5 stars Networked Small Business with These
Much to the chagrin of the local computer networking company who had hoped to completely rewire the old house we bought for our office for an ethernet network, these cards work fine. We are running a 733 with windows 98, 533 with 98, and a 200 with 95. I'm going to be adding two more computers in the near future and will report back on that. No significant problems although I had to pull all of the cards from one computer because the order they were inserted in was important-- I think the winmodem in that computer was using a resource that didn't show up in the control panel.

1-0 out of 5 stars Linksys support is totally worthless!!
I have a Linksys Homelink network system that has now been unusable for months. When I upgraded to Windows ME, the only problem I had was with the Linksys card. Neither phone support or email support has been able to fix the problem. Email support rarely returns any messages, and if they do, all they say is they are working on the problem. I have four computers and a laptop and all were working decently on the network before upgrading to ME - not good, just decently - but what is so discouraging is the lack of support. I will NEVER buy another Linksys product!

1-0 out of 5 stars I couldn't have been more disappointed
Its network cards were a poor fit, each taking 5 times the normal time to install them in the machine. The LAN software only has email support, and it was slow and poor. Both machines were running Windows 98. Frequent reboots now plague both, clients often fail to find the server.

Most game programs seem to have problems using the connection. The only thing running with success are basic browsers.

Overall, a complete waste of money.

5-0 out of 5 stars Works great!
I installed this on two computers in about 20 minutes, one running Windows 98 Second Edition and one running Windows 2000. Setup is easy, and the sharing software is simple to configure. Highly recommended! ... Read more


134. Network Everywhere NH1005 10/100 5-Port Hub
list price: $45.00
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Asin: B00006HMZB
Catlog: CE
Manufacturer: Network Everywhere
Sales Rank: 28542
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Amazon.com Product Description

Build or expand a 10/100 network in your home or small office painlessly with Network Everywhere's Fast Ethernet 10/100 5-port hub. Each port on your 10/100 5-port hub automatically senses and adjusts to either 100 Mbps Fast Ethernet or 10 Mbps Ethernet speed--you can mix and match hardware of different speeds on the same hub. Plus, you'll save money by putting Fast Ethernet hardware only where you need it most, and you can use the distance extending uplink port to expand at any time. ... Read more

Features

  • Desktop hub with five 10BaseT/100BaseTX network ports
  • Mix and match Ethernet and fast Ethernet hardware on the same hHub
  • Includes an distance-extending uplink port for future expansion
  • Fully compliant with all major operating systems
  • Works with UTP Cat 5 cabling or better

135. 128MB USB 2.0 Disk Mini Drive

our price: $61.99
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Asin: B0000DHWAA
Catlog: CE
Manufacturer: Linksys
Sales Rank: 21709
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Features

  • Rugged, solid-state file storage -- acts like a tiny, transportable hard disk drive
  • Bus-powered -- No external power supply or battery required
  • Plugs into any USB 1.1 or 2.0 socket
  • Holds as much data as 88 floppy disks
  • Compatible with 98SE, 2000, ME, XP; Mac OS 9.0 or higher; Linux 2.4.10 or higher

136. Linksys WPC51AB Dual-Band Wireless A+B Notebook Adapter
list price: $89.99
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Asin: B00007FH2W
Catlog: CE
Manufacturer: Linksys
Sales Rank: 17735
Average Customer Review: 5 out of 5 stars
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Amazon.com Product Description

The Linksys dual-band wireless A+B PC Card adapter lets your notebook communicate with today's wireless network standard, and prepares you for the future. With one PC Card, you can connect with the 2.4 GHz 802.11b wireless networks already so prevalent in homes, businesses, and public hot spots, and also a growing number of 5 GHz 802.11a networks that are spreading across the country.

It's simple to use. Just pop it into a PC Card slot and run the setup wizard, which will walk you through the configuration. To keep your communications secure, the dual-band card supports up to 152-bit data encryption.

802.11b wireless networks are commonly found in corporate environments, and are used in homes for household Internet connectivity without the need to run cables. They're also popping up all over the country in coffee shops, airports, hotels, convention centers, and other public spaces offering on-the-go connectivity to mobile users. The 802.11a standard is almost five times faster than 802.11b, and operates in the less-crowded 5 GHz radio band, but it's not as common--yet. It is quickly being deployed wherever higher-speed connectivity is desired.

Join the wireless revolution. With the Linksys dual-band wireless A+B PC Card adapter, you'll be ready to connect to either type of wireless network, wherever you go, now and in the future.

The Linksys dual-band wireless A+B PC Card adapter is compatible with laptop PCs with a Type II or III PCMCIA CardBus and running Windows 98 Se, 2000, Me, or XP. ... Read more

Features

  • Operates with both the 5 GHz, 802.11a and 2.4 GHz, 802.11b standards
  • 11 Mpbs data rate in 802.11b Mode, 54 Mbps in 802.11a Mode
  • Enhanced security -- Up to 152-bit data encryption
  • Included Setup Wizard takes you through configuration, step by step
  • Cardbus Interface for laptop use

Reviews (2)

5-0 out of 5 stars Wireless to Go in a Snap!
When it was time to go wireless, this was the card I bought for one main reason, it is compatible with both A and B systems. At the time of purchase (some time in late 2002) B was the dominant and widely avaialble protocol. However, A was on it's way out with the promise of a much higher transfer speed and frequency.

The bonus of a higher speed is obvious...more data, less time. The bonus of a higher frequency is less obvious. B systems operate on a 2.4 GHz frequency while A systems work off of 5.4 GHz. The problem with B networks is that many other wireless devices, such as chordless phones, use this same frequency. This sometimes causes interference and therefore, can prevent the system from working. At this point in time, there are very few devices running at 5.4 GHz so there is a less crowded area.

Keep in mind that A and B systems are NOT compatible. That's what makes this card so great, it can use both. You do not need to carry around an A card and B card anymore. Just this one.

In terms of setup, it was a snap. Pre-install some drivers, restart your computer, insert the card and everything is good to go. This was the install process for Windows XP which is the simplest one, but flawless none the less.

Please note that another standard is also available. The G system is supposed to be compatible with B systems and capable of transferring data at the same speed as A systems. However, they are also operating on 2.4 GHz so the same interference problems exist.

This is all information that you as a buyer have to take into consideration. Figure out which protocol works best for you, and get a compatible card.

5-0 out of 5 stars Works like a charm
I bought this card to replace a Netgear 802.11B card (which also works well, but only in B mode). Software loaded easily, card seems to work well, has better sensitivity (able to pick up distant APs) than the Netgear card. ... Read more


137. Linksys USBM128M Instant USB Disk 128MB
list price: $99.99
our price: $79.64
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Asin: B00006B6BZ
Catlog: CE
Manufacturer: Linksys
Sales Rank: 13186
Average Customer Review: 4.2 out of 5 stars
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Amazon.com Product Description

With Linksys, there's no need to burn CDs or use slow floppy disks to move data. The Linksys Instant USB Disk makes portable data storage easy. When you need to transfer data, music, graphics, or multimedia files from one computer to another, the Instant USB Disk is the ideal mode, whether you're at home, in the office, or on the road.

This durable, shock-resistant, solid-state storage device is certified to retain data for at least 10 years. It complies with USB specification 1.1, which means you get full USB plug-and-play connectivity for hot-swappable, cable-free convenience. And it's bus-powered, so it doesn't require an external power supply. It even includes a pocket clip, and a key chain hole further simplifies transport.

The Instant USB Disk is compatible with Windows 98 SE, 2000, Me, and XP, as well as with Mac OS 9.0 or later and Linux 2.4.0 or later. No driver installation is needed, except for Windows 98 SE, which requires a USB driver (included). Linksys provides free technical support (except for Mac or Linux operating systems) 24 hours a day, seven days a week, toll-free within the United States. Linksys covers the product with a one-year limited warranty. ... Read more

Features

  • Complies with USB specification 1.1
  • Compatible with Windows 98 SE, 2000, Me or XP; Mac OS 9.0 or higher; and Linux 2.4.0 or higher
  • Bus-powered--no external power supply or battery required
  • Hot-swappable and cable-free convenience
  • Durable, shock-resistant, solid-state storage--retains data for at least 10 years

Reviews (5)

1-0 out of 5 stars Nice product ... fails early
I loved the Linksys USBM128M Disk at first ... when it worked. However, after about 12 months of use I have had it completely and catastrophically fail. I can't get it to work on any Windows XP system I have tried. Windows reports that the device was added but when I try to access the drive either from a command shell or from the GUI, I get an error that the disk is not ready or has not been formatted. Linksys technical support was mostly useless. So, I have 128MB of data that I cannot access and no way to move large data from PC to PC when not networked. The failure period on a totally solid state device should be a lot longer than the year that I have had this product. I purchased a SanDisk Cruzer as a replacement. Hope it performs better.

5-0 out of 5 stars Perfect
That's it! perfect... works as a peferct hard drive. You can carry anywhere you want and i have never had a problem. I was thinking whether was intersting to buy a palm top to carry my files or not. However. Why do you need a palm top? Everywhere you go you can find a computer. Just carry your usb key with you and you don't need anything else. Buy it!!!!

5-0 out of 5 stars Versatile!
Bought this item in June and it has worked flawlessly. I swap files between Windows 2000 at work and Windows ME at home. The only issue with W2K is that I have to boot the computer with the USB disk installed in the port, or it won't be recognized. But then I can take it in and out as often as needed until I reboot. So I just have to plan ahead or face a shut down and startup.
There are no issues with ME, it just works. So much more convenient than burning CD's!
One minor complaint, the attachment to the case seems a bit weak, in other words, it comes out very easily. I'd never trust it around my neck.
Great product.

5-0 out of 5 stars Excellent product
Works as advertised, fast, easy and the case is pretty solid (seems like it would be pretty tough to break. I've had great success with Linksys products overall - continued here.

5-0 out of 5 stars Durable, sleek, cross-platform file storage
As a student I found this device to be extremely handy. If you are tired of broken jewel cases or bent floppy disks in your backpack, the durable Linksys USB Drive is just for you. If you use different computers between home, work and school, the small and lightweight Linksys USB drive travels with ease.

The main advantage of this device is that it works on multiple platforms. I've used in on a Mac iBook, Windows 2000 Pro and Windows 98. No drivers are required except for Windows 98. A CD-ROM with software is included but you can also access the drivers on the Linksys website if your workstation does not have a CD drive.

The box also contains a USB extension cord, so if your desktop computer does not have front USB access you do not have to constantly reach behind your computer to insert the drive.

Overall, I rate this product highly. I recommend it to students and geeks alike!

Update: Still working as of June 2004 - no drivers required for Windows XP. ... Read more


138. Linksys PCMPC100 EtherFast 10/100 PC Card
list price: $58.99
our price: $39.99
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Asin: B00003006X
Catlog: CE
Manufacturer: Linksys
Sales Rank: 6621
Average Customer Review: 3.16 out of 5 stars
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Amazon.com Product Description

The EtherFast 10/100 PC Card will connect your notebook computer to a 10BaseT or 100BaseTX network in just minutes. Ready to run in both half- and full-duplex modes, the EtherFast 10/100 PC Card supports speeds of 10 Mbps, 20 Mbps, 100 Mbps, or a whopping 200 Mbps. Designed for heavy use at the office or on the road, the card adjusts its speed and duplex to almost any 10BaseT or 100BaseTX network automatically--just plug in your cabling and go. ... Read more

Features

  • Connects almost any notebook PC to 10BaseT or 100BaseTX networks
  • Runs in half- and full-duplex modes at speeds of 10 Mbps to 200 Mbps
  • Automatically senses and negotiates cabling duplex, polarity, and speed
  • Low 5 volt/260 mA power consumption and automatic 60 mA Sleep mode
  • Hot swappable--insert or remove from PC without powering down

Reviews (25)

5-0 out of 5 stars a true bargain. outperforms cards costing over twice as much
This card is, simply put, the best value for the money for this type of product. I have a premium Xircom combo card that I was using until I saw this offered here. I decided to try it out, thinking I would save it as a backup to my "better" card.

As it turns out, this card outperforms the more expensive card by far - it does do true full duplex 100baseT, and the more expensive card doesn't really, even though it claims to (in fact, this card proved it to me). It also had an easier setup procedure. I did not hesitate to box the Xircom up and declare this my favorite card, instead.

The dongle is less pretty than the other card, but the lights are better at giving the status of the Ethernet connection. Don't be afraid of the dongle's reputation as being a weak link - I've had this card for probably 6 months, and I finally *just tonight* broke the cable adapter by letting my laptop fall off my bed. However, until today, the dongle worked great after squishing the cable in my bag, or even leaving it connected to my laptop and sticking my laptop in my bag (not that you should ever do this, but everyone forgets and does it anyhow) and banging my bag around on road trips. It certainly appears no weaker than the other card's. At the time of my writing, Amazon doesn't carry replacement dongles, but another vendor has them for only $11 each before shipping. That makes them "disposable" in my mind.

This card is one of the best bargains I have found on Amazon. It outperforms a top-of-the-line card at under half the price. If you don't break the dongle, it's totally hassle free. What are you waiting for? Buy it!

2-0 out of 5 stars A little Flimsey
I bought this because of it's price and when it worked it was great. You get what you pay for though, the cable sucks, very flimsy. I move my notebook very little and it still managed to get loose and fall out after only 2 months. I just ordered a new card without a dongle cable, I'm hoping I won't have to deal with it again.

5-0 out of 5 stars Another unbelievable deal on a network card
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I can't believe how cheap this card is. Just a year ago this was selling for aorund $160. The high rating was for price and preformance.

I will make one caution. This product has a dongle--a cable to connect the card to a network Cat 5 patch cable. These things can get damaged easily if you are not gentle with them.

A better designed card, sticks out of the laptop a half and inch and connects directly to a Cat 5 cable. This will cost you a lot more, but it is more robest and you don't have to keep track of the dongle.

Even better is a wireless connection to your network--that will cost a lot more, and will not allow to to connect to someone else's network if they don't have a transceiver on their network.

At this price I would purchase this product since I have a 10/100 hub and love Linksys products. At the present my slower 10BaseT network card is still functional, so I will hold off a while yet.

The price is the more important factor, and the speed is second.

A steal of a price.

2-0 out of 5 stars Fragile Dongle
Great card, until dongle broke about a year later. Otherwise, no problems while it lasted.

3-0 out of 5 stars Fast, but dongle breaks too easily.
This product is easy to install on a home network. Just plug and go. The problem lies in the dongle. I have had two of them in the last six months. After a while they just stop working, and this is frustrating because replace dongle costs... ... Read more


139. Linksys ProConnect 2-Port Compact KVM Switch
list price: $80.00
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Asin: B00004SB97
Catlog: CE
Manufacturer: Linksys
Sales Rank: 37987
Average Customer Review: 3.5 out of 5 stars
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Product Description

Linksys' ProConnect KVM Switches allow you to instantly toggle between two PS/2-equipped desktop or notebook PCs while using a single monitor, PS/2 keyboard, and PS/2 mouse. Switch between two PCs with the press of a button. Plug your notebook PC into the KVM Switch and control it from your desktop PC's monitor, keyboard, and mouse. Built to last and ready to run directly out of the box, Linksys's ProConnect Compact KVM Switches eliminate cable swapping while saving you desktop space and hundreds of dollars of hardware costs.Because they don't use software, the ProConnect Compact KVM Switches are compatible with all major desktop and note-book computers. They're the perfect choice for the home, the office, or anywhere else you manage multiple PCs. ... Read more

Features

  • Compatible with virtually all major PS/2 mice
  • Switch between 2 PCs with the press of a button
  • Serves as a quick docking station for notebook computers
  • Supports 1,920 x 1,440 maximum screen resolution and full plug-and-play monitor support
  • Runs with most PS/2 and Windows 95 keyboards

Reviews (7)

5-0 out of 5 stars Works well, plus some info...
The device works well.I am using it at 1028x1024 connected to a flat panel.As long as I use good cables I don't get any ghosting.The manual is not on linksys website which would be a good way to really check out the product before buying it.You can switch between the two monitors by hitting ctrl twice in a row.People complain that this is a problem while gaming.The unit offers the ability to change the hot-key.Just hold down the button on the unit while hitting the key you want to act as the hot-key.I changed mine to the never used scroll-lock.Now I hit scroll-lock twice to switch to the other computer.

One downside I have noticed.When I use the unit, I have a slight delay in ctrl and shift for operations like multiple select.It does not matter if the app is explorer, imaging, or the xwindows cad software I use.I have to give a second of holding the key down before clicking on the second item.It also seems to have an effect on the repeat rate on the keyboard.I use a logitic wireless keyboard/mouse so it could be the combination, but the problem is not there when I plug directly into the computer.It can be annoying sometimes.

4-0 out of 5 stars Great product, extremely easy to setup!
I purchased the Linksys 2-port KVM kit.The kit includes the two sets of cables.

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This unit does everything you'd expect from a KVM.I powered down my two computers, plugged the cables in, powered up and everything worked!!!

I've had no problems with it at all!I love the ability to switch between computers using the hotkey.Its CTRL-CTRL for the 2-port KVM.I understand the 4-port has a more complicated hotkey that may be harder to use.

I think this is an excellent product!Go for it if you need a KVM.

5-0 out of 5 stars Linksys 2 port KVM:Money well spent
The Linksys ProConnect 2 port KVM is performing flawlessly for me. It came with the cable sets making it a real bargain.I have not found any glitches whatsoever. My wheel mouse and all it's extended functions are working perfectly. The cables are heavy grade and color coded. They are somewhat on the short side, but thats okay as the keyboard hotkeys work smoothly. I highly recommend this product.

1-0 out of 5 stars this product sucks
I thought your product was very bad. The proconnect was terrible.
I was completly unsatisfied. It did nothing of what you said it would do and it was nothing like I excpected. ...
-Emily Livingstone

5-0 out of 5 stars Great product, nice price
This is a great buy if you need to use two computers, but don't want to get two monitors or only have the space for the one monitor.It comes with cables, and was attached and working in 5-10 minutes, there is really no need to read the manual, operation is so simple.The switch is good quality, neither computer is suffering from a bad video connection, and you get to use your favorite mouse and keyboard all the time.I highly recommend this product. ... Read more


140. Network Everywhere NH105 5-Port 10BaseT Hub
list price: $45.00
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Asin: B00006HN2U
Catlog: CE
Manufacturer: Network Everywhere
Sales Rank: 89559
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Product Description

The Network Everywhere Ethernet 5-Port Hub can help you easily connect up to 5 PCs at 10Mbps Ethernet speeds for easy resource sharing of files, printers, CD-ROM drives, cable modems, games or multimedia. There's no easier way to get connected. The hub works with all major operating systems so you don't need to worry about compatibility. ... Read more

Features

  • Works with UTP Cat 5 cabling or better
  • Desktop hub with five 10BaseT Ethernet ports
  • Includes an uplink port for additional hubs
  • Ideal for sharing cable or DSL connections
  • Fully compliant with all major operating systems

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