Apple USB Ethernet Adapter
Apple USB Ethernet Adapter
Easily connect your Mac computer to an Ethernet network with the Apple USB Ethernet Adapter. Small and light, it connects to the USB 2.0 port of your Mac and provides an RJ-45 connector that supports 10/100BASE-T performance.
What’s in the Box
Apple USB Ethernet Adapter with built-in 4.6-inch USB cable
10/100 Base-T Ethernet
Mac OS X v.10.4.8 or later
Mac computer with available USB 2.0 port
Answers from the community
can u use a usb ethernet adapter on macbook air
- Asked by Anthony G from Scottsdale
- on 15-Feb-2016
Yes. However it only supports 10/100Mbps speeds and not gigabit. The thunderbolt to RJ45(ethernet) a Yes. However it only supports 10/100Mbps speeds and not gigabit. The thunderbolt to RJ45(ethernet) adapter isn't supported by the MacBook Air.
- Answered by Matt B from Leicester
- on 20-Feb-2016
Do I need the Ethernet Adapter to connect Singtel broadband to Mac Air?
- Asked by Lorna L from Singapore
- on 11-Aug-2012
Depend on your Singtel broadband device. Ideally the Apple USB Ethernet Adapter would have an ethern Depend on your Singtel broadband device. Ideally the Apple USB Ethernet Adapter would have an ethernet cable connecting it to your Singtel router.
- Answered by Stephen I from San Jose
- on 3-Feb-2015
Will this work with Mac OS Sierra? Also, with a USB 3.0 port?
- Asked by Matthew Z from Diamond
- on 26-Sep-2016
I used it successfully on a MacBook (2015) with macOS Sierra (10.12), by attaching a USB-C to USB ad I used it successfully on a MacBook (2015) with macOS Sierra (10.12), by attaching a USB-C to USB adapter into which I connected a USB to Ethernet Adapter. Hope that helps.
- Answered by Klaus M from Wien
- on 29-Sep-2016
Can a Bose Soundbar be connected to an Airport Express so that we can use AirPlay to play music through the Bose system from an iPhone?
- Asked by Warren S from Whitefish
- on 27-Nov-2016
Can i use a USB Ethernet Adapter to be hard wired to the internet and then broadcast wifi from my MacBook Pro ?
- Asked by lee S from APO
- on 8-Oct-2016
Yes, you can do this in System Preferences -> Sharing -> Internet Sharing. You will need to figur Yes, you can do this in System Preferences -> Sharing -> Internet Sharing. You will need to figure out your VPN situation, though. If your VPN connection is done in your user session it may not affect your entire system's IP routing. There's probably a way to make this work by messing with your routing tables, but you might consider instead looking into a hardware VPN solution that would sit between your modem and your MacBook.
- Answered by Nicholas R from Kingston
- on 5-Apr-2017
Will a USB Eithernet Adapter work for El Capitan 10.11.6
- Asked by Timothy J M from Tucson
- on 30-Jul-2016
Yes. It also works with macOS Sierra.
- Answered by Kevin L from Franklin
- on 3-Dec-2016