The Zoom X4 5751AG ADSL 2+ Modem delivers up to 24 Mbps data speeds over existing telephone wires and is suitable for use in homes or small offices. The Zoom X4 is compatible with older ADSL protocols as well as the new ADSL 2/2+ standards for higher data speeds and extended distances at which high data rates can be delivered.* The Ethernet interface on the Zoom X4 provides connection to a computer running most operating systems, including all Windows operating systems, XP and Me as well as Linux, Unix and Mac Operating system. The Zoom X4 can also be plugged into a hub or wireless access point to provide concurrent Internet access for up to 253 networked computers. The USB port supports connection to a Windows computer.
Security features include Network Address Translation (NAT), and Stateful Packet Inspection (SPI). The NAT firewall hides computers on the local area network from uninvited access through the Internet. SPI assesses the protocol and packet addresses being received to determine if the information should be passed through the firewall to the connected computers. SPI and NAT protect against Internet worms and Denial of Service attacks, some of the most publicized forms of malicious intrusion from the Internet.
Setup is easy using any authorized local or remote computer's Web browser and the intuitive graphical user interface. An auto configuration option automatically establishes the protocol and encapsulation used by the ADSL service. Simple Network Management Protocol (SNMP) is supported for remote maintenance by network administrators. Zoom ADSL gateways are backed by a two year warranty and over 27 years of experience in the design and support of communication products.
Standard Warranty: 2-Years
An Ethernet ADSL Modem is ideal for a single PC/MAC user looking for a cost-effective way to connect to ADSL Broadband.
An Ethernet ADSL Modem is completely driver-free, so it works on any platform and under any operating system! Since there are no drivers to load, setup is simple – just plug it into the ethernet port of your device/computer and configure the network settings through your web browser.
If you connect an Ethernet ADSL Modem to a Broadband router, you can share high-speed Internet access with every-one on your network either wired or wireless.
They comply with all the IEEE standards for ADSL and are compatible with all the leading ISPs in the UK.