Product Id: 19116608
Description: Allied Telesis AT-2712FX - Network adapter - PCIe low profile - 10/100 Ethernet
Mfr Part #: AT-2712FX/SC-901
The AT-2712FX network interface card is an ideal fit for fiber to the desktop networks that depend on secure and reliable systems. With a small form factor PCIe x1 bus the AT-2712FX is an ideal fit for government, education or other networks dependent on highly secure capabilities.
- Advanced centralized power management
- Secure data transmission
- NDIS 6 IPSec task offload compliant
- 32 security associations
- DASH manageability complaint with v1.1 as defined by the desktop and mobile workgroup
- IPv4 and IPv6 Large Send Offload and Checksum Offload (LSO/TCO)
- Wake on LAN (WoL) support meeting ACPI requirements
- Statistics for SNMP MIB II
- Secure connectivity through fiber
Allied Telesis'AT-2712FX card is designed to provide desktop computers with network connections through a high-speed multi-mode fiber-optic link with and SC or ST interface.
- Secure encrypted data transmission
IP Security (IPSec) is a suite of protocols for securing Internet Protocol (IP) communications by authenticating and/or encrypting each IP packet in a data stream. The cryptographic algorithms that are used in IPSec operation are computationally intensive, which can overwhelm the host CPU at high network speeds. The AT-2712FX implements hardware that performs these computationally intensive cryptographic algorithms, which is known as IPSec task offload v2. The AT-2712FX supports the transport mode of IPSec Authentication Header (AH) and Encapsulation Security Payload (ESP) protocols for end-to-end security of packet traffic. Simultaneous AH and ESP task offload is also supported for up to 32 Security Associations (SA).
The Desktop and mobile Architecture for System Hardware (DASH) is a DMTF management initiative that represents a suite of specifications which standardize the manageability interfaces for mobile and desktop hardware. The DASH suite of specifications defines the interfaces for management in the form of protocols and profiles for representing mobile and desktop hardware. Fundamental to the DASH is the underlying goal to unify the experience achieved through out-of-band mechanisms with those available via the operating system.