D-Link Network Adapter

D-Link Network Adapter (DUB-E100)

USB - 1 x RJ-45 , 1 x Type A - 10/100Base-TX

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Description

The D-Link DUB-E100 is a Hi-Speed USB 2.0 10/100Mbps Fast Ethernet Adapter specifically designed to plug into an available Universal Serial Bus (USB) port on a desktop or laptop PC running Microsoft Windows XP, Me, 2000 or 98SE. Based on USB 2.0, the DUB-E100 extends the transfer speed of earlier USB Fast Ethernet adapters to true 10/100Mbps connectivity.

As a USB device, the D-Link DUB-E100 eliminates the need to use an ISA, PCI, or PC Card slot to add LAN connectivity to a PC desktop or laptop computer. Installation and use are further simplified by living up to USB's out-of-the-box installation approach to connecting computer peripherals. You will not need to open the case of your computer, nor will you be required to set IRQ's. The D-Link DUB-E100 represents the simplest way to connect your computer to an Ethernet based network.

Main Features

  • Host Interface: USB
  • Number of Ports: 1
  • Interfaces/Ports: 1 x RJ-45
  • Interfaces/Ports: 1 x Type A
  • Twisted Pair Cable Standard: Category 5
  • Network Technology: 10/100Base-TX
  • Protocols: Ethernet
  • Protocols: Fast Ethernet
  • Status Indicators:

  • Power/Link
  • Tx/Rx traffic
  • Input Voltage: 3.3 V DC
  • Input Current: 500 mA3.3 V DC
  • Power Consumption: 2.50 W
  • Temperature: 32°F (0°C) to 158°F (70°C) Operating
  • Humidity: 5% to 95% Non-condensing Operating
  • Form Factor: External
  • Additional Information:

  • USB Specification Version 2.0
  • USB Specification Version 1.1
  • USB Specification Version 1.0
  • OHCI (Open Host Controller Interface)
  • EHCI (Enhanced Host Controller Interface)
  • Supports suspended mode and remote wakeup
  • Embedded 7K * 16 bit SRAM Buffer
  • Supports full and half duplex in Fast Ethernet
  • System Requirements: OS Required:

  • Microsoft Windows XP, Microsoft Windows 98/ME/2000

  • Compatibility: Compatible Operating Systems:

  • Microsoft Windows XP, Me, 2000, 98SE with USB Support

  • Certifications & Standards:

  • CE
  • FCC Class B
  • VCCI
  • UL
  • IEEE 802.3
  • IEEE 802.3u
  • Platform Support: PC
  • Standard Warranty: 1 Year Limited
  • General Information

    Product TypeFast Ethernet Card
    Brand NameD-Link
    ManufacturerD-Link Systems, Inc
    Product ModelDUB-E100
    Product NameNetwork Adapter
    Manufacturer Part NumberDUB-E100
    Manufacturer Website Addresswww.dlink.ca
    Marketing Information

    The D-Link DUB-E100 is a Hi-Speed USB 2.0 10/100Mbps Fast Ethernet Adapter specifically designed to plug into an available Universal Serial Bus (USB) port on a desktop or laptop PC running Microsoft Windows XP, Me, 2000 or 98SE. Based on USB 2.0, the DUB-E100 extends the transfer speed of earlier USB Fast Ethernet adapters to true 10/100Mbps connectivity.

    As a USB device, the D-Link DUB-E100 eliminates the need to use an ISA, PCI, or PC Card slot to add LAN connectivity to a PC desktop or laptop computer. Installation and use are further simplified by living up to USB's out-of-the-box installation approach to connecting computer peripherals. You will not need to open the case of your computer, nor will you be required to set IRQ's. The D-Link DUB-E100 represents the simplest way to connect your computer to an Ethernet based network.

    Interfaces/Ports

    Number of Ports1
    Interfaces/Ports1 x Type A
    Host InterfaceUSB

    Media & Performance

    Twisted Pair Cable StandardCategory 5

    Network & Communication

    Network Technology10/100Base-TX

    Management & Protocols

    ProtocolsFast Ethernet

    Controls/Indicators

    Status Indicators

  • Power/Link
  • Tx/Rx traffic
  • Power Description

    Input Current500 mA3.3 V DC
    Power Consumption2.50 W
    Input Voltage3.3 V DC

    Environmental Conditions

    Humidity5% to 95% Non-condensing Operating
    Temperature32°F (0°C) to 158°F (70°C) Operating

    Physical Characteristics

    Form FactorExternal

    Miscellaneous

    Certifications & Standards

  • CE
  • FCC Class B
  • VCCI
  • UL
  • IEEE 802.3
  • IEEE 802.3u
  • CompatibilityCompatible Operating Systems:

  • Microsoft Windows XP, Me, 2000, 98SE with USB Support

  • System RequirementsOS Required:

  • Microsoft Windows XP, Microsoft Windows 98/ME/2000

  • Platform SupportPC
    Additional Information

  • USB Specification Version 2.0
  • USB Specification Version 1.1
  • USB Specification Version 1.0
  • OHCI (Open Host Controller Interface)
  • EHCI (Enhanced Host Controller Interface)
  • Supports suspended mode and remote wakeup
  • Embedded 7K * 16 bit SRAM Buffer
  • Supports full and half duplex in Fast Ethernet
  • Warranty

    Standard Warranty1 Year Limited
    April 26, 2011 Anonymous says:
    Pros: plug and play in Linux
    price is right
    hard to get excited over something that just works
    Cons: a little larger than the rest
    January 11, 2011 ILuVGAghetS says:
    My Ethernet port went out. I just plugged the D-Link High-Speed USB 2.0 To Ethernet Adapter into an open USB Port and connected my Ethernet cable from my Modem…
    December 29, 2010 Dennis says:
    Pros: Once the proper driver is installed, works as avertised
    Cons: The drivers shipped with the device did not work for my laptop running XP (SP3). I installed the original drivers located on vendor website and it worked great.
    Once the proper driver is installed, works as avertised The drivers shipped with the device did not work for my laptop running XP (SP3). I installed the original drivers located on vendor website and it worked great.
    December 21, 2010 NoNickname says:
    The product never worked. Software on the disc was corrupt. Contacted customer support. They helped me download new files which immediately put my laptop in blue screen mode upon installation. Had to listen to snake charmer music during hold time. Tech support was unable to get a qualified person to help me at that time, said they would call back. They did at 1 AM after I had restarted my computer in safe mode, unintalled software.
    December 5, 2010 JR38 says:
    did not work for me
    October 25, 2010 asdviolet says:
    Just like it's description.
    October 2, 2010 Bryan says:
    Pros: Plug n play with Linux, great speed
    Cons: None identified
    Plug n play with Linux, great speed None identified I bought this for a motherboard that has a built-in network card that stopped working. I installed a pci network card but had to remove my tv tuner card because there are not enough slots. The usb network card will let me keep the tuner card installed. Amazingly, while I was waiting for the DUB-E100 to arrive, the on-board network card went out on another computer! I plugged in the DUB-E100 and it worked great. This is on a computer running Crunchbang Linux. In network manager uncheck the box for "connect automatically" for eth0 (the on-board card) and check the box for eth1 (the usb card). In my case I had to reboot for the USB card to start working. Now I am ordering another DUB-E100 for the replacement I mentioned at the beginning. That system runs Linux Mint.
    September 27, 2010 Techdude says:
    Pros: Worked fine, had to install this on a Altigen PBX because there is no second onboard NIC- and I needed to dual home the box.
    Cons: None, seems to be handling 20 remote voip extensions with high bandwidth codecs fine.
    Worked fine, had to install this on a Altigen PBX because there is no second onboard NIC- and I needed to dual home the box. None, seems to be handling 20 remote voip extensions with high bandwidth codecs fine. Looks Cool, granted a USB nic should be your last resort- it works pretty well.
    September 17, 2010 cyrules says:
    Driver will not work on Vista OS. Blue screen constantly-will take it back for refund. Got a trendnet and it works way better with Vista.
    August 28, 2010 bstubbs says:
    Pros: Inexpensive, light-weight, Win7 has drivers built in. Works well with Linux, at least one the ones I used.
    Cons: If used with Win7 or Vista on a USB root hub with less-than-perfect power capabilities, adapter will result in corrupt downloads and/or blue screens. Latest driver update is from 2008.
    Inexpensive, light-weight, Win7 has drivers built in. Works well with Linux, at least one the ones I used. If used with Win7 or Vista on a USB root hub with less-than-perfect power capabilities, adapter will result in corrupt downloads and/or blue screens. Latest driver update is from 2008. Avoid if connecting to Win7 or Vista machine.
    July 9, 2010 Anonymous says:
    Pros: It does work (with drivers)
    Cons: It doesn't work (without them)
    It does work (with drivers) It doesn't work (without them) I bought this to complement an aged netgear 10Mbps that loads in XP with no drivers needed, but won't work at all in Vista or 7. This device has to have drivers installed for all 3, which is a pain. To the reviewer that said no driver was needed, if you plug it in while you are already connected to the internet, Vista and 7 both automatically install drivers through Windows update. If you are not already connected, you have to have the disc.
    March 19, 2010 vze29tvd says:
    This network interface device is a real champion. The price is right. It installs easily and quickly. It works flawlessly. And, despite heavy use, there is no…
    October 23, 2009 dlmc42 says:
    D-Link website showed multiple compatibilities with earlier Windows versions, BUT software driver on enclosed CD was for Vista operating system only. Called D-Link tech support who stated…
    September 21, 2009 ZephyrTom says:
    Lightening knocked out the ethernet card on my laptop. To fix it was a lot more than than the D-Link High-Speed USB 2.0 To Ethernet Adapter.
    January 29, 2009 K says:
    Good product.
    October 16, 2007 Henry says:
    This adapter works great. It took no time to install and I was back up and running. The best part is that I didn't have to open up my computer.
    July 12, 2007 Anonymous says:
    good speed for the price.
    July 4, 2007 Anonymous says:
    Bought for an old PC with no LAN card and was up an running in no time. Great.
    May 17, 2007 TexBob says:
    Pros Plug n play. A great compact antidote for malfunctioning ethernet ports. Cons Initial difficulty using with High Speed router. Additional Thoughts The best…
    May 17, 2007 TexBob says:
    Pros: Plug n play. A great compact antidote for malfunctioning ethernet ports.
    Cons: Initial difficulty using with High Speed router.
    The best answer for a possible repair bill on the ethernet port.
    April 11, 2007 Eric S. says:
    I bought this for my Tivo Series 2. All I had to do was plug it into the Tivo USB port and plug in an ethernet cable. Tivo immediately recognized what I did and reconfigured itself to use the adapter. It works great with zero problems. It s worth the price I paid for it.
    July 4, 2006 mdetroit says:
    Strengths:Seems sturdy. ... Weaknesses:It looks clunky. I've only installed it today. I'm attempting to hook up my Mac and my TiVo. As soon as I make a connection,…
    March 8, 2006 yclei says:
    Strengths:It\'s cute (about 1\"x2\"x3\"), like a small mouse with tail :) Functions as it should. ... Weaknesses:On a USB 2.0 port, the transfer rate is lower than my…
    June 22, 2005 dhohel says:
    Strengths:Quick out of the box connection to TIVO DVR, integral USB cable. ... Weaknesses:USB cable is a little short. The network adapter was purchase to…
    November 7, 2004 SquirrelWorks says:
    Strengths:Simple to install (no need to open case), integral USB cable, well vented (if that matters), Tivo compatible (and by extension, Linux compatible). ...…
    October 27, 2004 briitz says:
    Strengths:easy installation; can be moved easily from one computer to another; works with USB 1.1 (lower maximum speed) or 2.0 ... Weaknesses:takes up a little…
    June 23, 2004 Anonymous says:
    THIS IS A GOOD LITTLE GADDET ITS SMALL AND WORKS ON DESKTOP AND LAPTOP COMPUTERS AND SO EASY TO INSTALL TOO.