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 you use multiple USB Ethernet Adapters connected to a USB hub to be able to support multiple IP interfaces?
- Asked by Anonymous A from XXXXXXXXXXXXXXXXX
- on 10 27, 10
Yes, this does allow you to have multiple ethernet interfaces active at the same time. I have, on oc Yes, this does allow you to have multiple ethernet interfaces active at the same time. I have, on occasion, had cause to bridge three networks by using the built-in ethernet and a couple of these devices. My only word of caution is that if you have more than one plugged in it is sometimes difficult tell which device is which. The USB Ethernet Adapter does not have it's MAC address printed on it so if you just plug two of them in and go to Network Preferences you don't see which ethernet interface is in which USB slot.
- Answered by Nicko V from Palo Alto
- on 12 7, 10
Can this work with a Mac Pro, iMac, MacBook Pro & Mac Mini too?
- Asked by Anonymous A from XXXXXXXXX
- on 10 22, 10
Sure can! It can work with most computers, mac and PC. However, it was mostly designed for use in a Sure can! It can work with most computers, mac and PC. However, it was mostly designed for use in a macbook air. It will work in any computer for the most part. I have had much luck with this device!
- Answered by Dylan H from Jamesport
- on 11 2, 10
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 11 28, 16
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 10 8, 16
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 04 5, 17
Will a USB Eithernet Adapter work for El Capitan 10.11.6
- Asked by Timothy J M from Tucson
- on 07 31, 16
Yes. It also works with macOS Sierra.
- Answered by Kevin L from Franklin
- on 12 4, 16