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Allied Telesis
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Tornado WebJet Pocket 2
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Category :
Device which can access the ISDN. The ISDN is a telephone network which is able to transmit digital data. ISDNs can be accessed through a Basic Rate Interface (BRI) or a Primary Rate Interface (PRI).
ISDN access devices
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Included since: 04 Nov 2005
The date Icecat noticed for the first time that this product was included in the price list of a channel partner
Info modified on: 16 Aug 2016 10:13:00
The date of the most recent change of this product data-sheet in Icecat.
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Long product name Allied Telesis Tornado WebJet Pocket 2:
The short editorial description of Allied Telesis Tornado WebJet Pocket 2
Tornado WebJet Pocket 2: ISDN adapter in pocketsize. USB connection. 128 Kbps

Marketing text Allied Telesis Tornado WebJet Pocket 2

The official marketing text of Allied Telesis Tornado WebJet Pocket 2 as supplied by the manufacturer
Unique Selling Points (USP):

- 128 Kbps mini ISDN Adapter USB bus powered
- 1 x USB 1.1 Port
- 1 x RJ45 ISDN
- 64/128 Kbps
- CAPI 2.0
- V120, ML-V120
- Remote Access Service
- V.32 modem

Product Description:

The Tornado WebJet Pocket II is a compact mini ISDN adapter that enables you to surf the Internet at a maximum speed of 128 Kbps and to sent or receive e-mail.

The Tornado WebJet Pocket II comes with communication software (RVS COM Lite), which enables you to use the Tornado also as an answering machine or fax device.

The Tornado WebJet Pocket II is USB bus-powered and therefore requires no external power supply. Your PC will automatically detect this external ISDN adapter without a reboot.

The Tornado WebJet Pocket II is user-friendly and offers a cheap alternative for the more expensive PC Cards (PCMCIA), which makes this product also extremely suitable for notebook users.

Short summary description Allied Telesis Tornado WebJet Pocket 2:
This short summary of the Allied Telesis Tornado WebJet Pocket 2 data-sheet is auto-generated and uses the product title and the first six key specs.
Allied Telesis Tornado Tornado WebJet Pocket 2, PPP (64 Kbps) & MLPPP (128 Kbps), USB, RJ45, HDLC, X.75, V.120, EuroFile, X.25, Pentium II / G3, ISDN
Long summary description Allied Telesis Tornado WebJet Pocket 2:
This is an auto-generated long summary of Allied Telesis Tornado WebJet Pocket 2 based on the first three specs of the first five spec groups.
Allied Telesis Tornado WebJet Pocket 2, Tornado. Data link protocols: PPP (64 Kbps) & MLPPP (128 Kbps), Networking features: ISDN. Interface type: USB, RJ45, B-channel protocols: HDLC, X.75, V.120, EuroFile, X.25. Minimum processor: Pentium II / G3
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Technical details
Supported data transfer rates
Rates at which data can be transferred. May vary according to network configurations.
128 Kbps
Characteristics of the device.
ISDN Adapter
Compatible operating systems
List of desktop operating systems tested as compatible with this product.
Win 98SE, Win 2000 (workstation),
Win ME, Win XP Home & Pro.
Mac OS 8.6 ~ 9.2.2.
Bundled software
Software distributed with another product such as a piece of computer hardware or other electronic device, or a group of software packages which are sold together. A software suite is an example of bundled software, as is software which is pre-installed on a new computer.
CAPI 2.0 driver
NDIS-WAN driver
Modem script f/ MacOS
CAPI support
Group 3 faxing
V.17, V.21, V.27, V.29
Ports & interfaces
Data link protocols
PPP (64 Kbps) & MLPPP (128 Kbps)
Networking features
I/O ports
An interface on a device to which you can connect another device.
1 x USB 1.1
1 x RJ45 ISDN
Interface type
An interface is the point of interaction with software, or computer hardware, or with peripheral devices such as a computer monitor or a keyboard. Some computer interfaces such as a touchscreen can send and receive data, while others such as a mouse or microphone can only send data. A standard interface, such as SCSI, decouples the design and introduction of computing hardware, such as I/O devices, from the design and introduction of other components of a computing system, thereby allowing users and manufacturers great flexibility in the implementation of computing systems.
B-channel protocols
HDLC, X.75, V.120, EuroFile, X.25
System requirements
Minimum processor
The lowest speed that the computer processor can run at, or the minimum amount of processing capacity that can be used, for the computer and particular program(s) to function.
Pentium II / G3