BELKIN WIRELESS G MODEM. BELKIN WIRELESS
Belkin wireless g modem. Wireless adapter for speakers.
Belkin Wireless G Modem
Remember when computer communications meant a big bank of modems like this?
If I recall, this was for a car dealership computer network. Or maybe it was K-Mart HQ in Detroit. It all kind of blends together after awhile.
[Edit]: On second (or third or fourth) thought, it couldn't have been K-Mart, because they used satellites for their store-to-HQ communications in the 90s (when this photo was shot). They ran token ring between their MS-DOS POS terminals back to their UNIX servers (486 boxes from Unisys running SVR4) in the back room. The UNIX servers dumped data (via satellite) back to K-Mart HQ with SNA to communicate with IBM servers there. They also encapsulated TCP/IP over LU6.2 for communication between HQ and the local store servers. I wrote (1) the token ring device driver for the UNIX server and (2) the LU6.2-over-TCP protocol tunneling software.
your hard drive will make suspicious noises, and the browser will display "Document: 0B" for about 10 minutes to half an hour.
would you buy such a modem?
well maybe the problems are unrelated to the modem, or maybe too many people are donwloading XXX. but i have experienced the troubles all hours of the day, 24/7.
sometimes i get 1mbps for about 2 or three weeks. advertised as 7 mbps...
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