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3COM: 3Com 100 Secure Fiber-FX NIC PCI

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3COM: 3Com 100 Secure Fiber-FX NIC PCI
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Security Offloads and Fiber-Optic Throughput
Designed for Windows, Linux, and NetWare environments, the 3Com 100 Secure
Fiber-FX NIC hardens at-risk systems without impacting performance. It
combines an embedded security processor with the outstanding signal quality
of fiber-optic cabling. This innovative 100BASE-FX connection offloads
encryption, authentication, and other cycle-intensive tasks from the host
CPUresulting in optimal system and application response. The lack of
electrical resistance makes fiber-cabled infrastructures particularly
useful for reducing line interference or "noise", extending connection
distances over 100 meters, or delivering the highest-quality voice and
video transmissions.
Works with fiber-optic cabling to extend operating distances, lower
electrical interference, and resist packet sniffing
Secures sensitive data at wire speedswith DES/3DES encryption, MD5 and
SHA-1 hashing, RFC 2402 authentication, and up to 75 Security Associations
Hardware-enforced security features meet FIPS 140-2 criteria; NIST approval
Supports larger packetssegments TCP frames for the Ethernet MAC and adds
TCP sequence numbers to each packet
Uses flow control to reduce lost packets and retransmissions for more
efficient data transfer between the NIC and switch
Responds to router-based management requests from sleep mode to help
resolve IP address-aging issues
Release date Australia
December 18th, 2005
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