Add a wired network connection using a USB Type-C port.
• RJ45 Gigabit Ethernet • Supports PXE (Preboot Execution Environment) booting, to have a computer boot from the network adapter • Compatible with USB-C and Thunderbolt™ 3 ports • Reversible, symmetrical USB-C connector • Small form factor for portability • Plug and Play—no driver required • Compatible with the Apple® iPad Pro®, MacBook®, MacBook Air®, and MacBook Pro® • Compatible with the Microsoft® Surface® Book 2 and Surface Go
(1) USB-C Male
(1) RJ-45 Female
The USB-C to Ethernet Adapter Converter with PXE Boot is an ideal solution for wired network connectivity and data transfer on the go, in the office, or any work space. This adapter converter connects to a USB-C or Thunderbolt 3 enabled laptop, tablet, or desktop computer and features an Ethernet port. This adapter converter is a perfect accessory for Apple®, Microsoft® Surface®, and other leading laptops and tablets.
The small form factor of this adapter converter makes it a portable and convenient solution that provides a Gigabit Ethernet port for a wired internet connection. The adapter converter is perfect for connecting to networks where Wi-Fi® is unavailable or for computers that do not provide a wired Ethernet port or possibly have a damaged Ethernet port.
The Ethernet port allows for reliable internet connectivity and file transfer speeds up to 1000Mbps, while the PXE boot allows a computer to boot from a server on a network prior to booting the operating system on the computer's local hard drive.
I plug the C2G ethernet adapter into my MacBook Pro (OS 11.0.1) but nothing happens. The light does not come on and it is not visible in the system report or network preferences. Do I have to download drivers? It came with a CD but MacBook has no CDdrive
Asked by: Niall
This is a plug and play device and does not require a driver, as the drivers are installed when connected to a PC or Mac. If you are having issues with connectivity please call, email or chat for direct support.
Answered by: Thomas
Date published: 2021-01-13
When PXE booting does the adapter support MAC pass through cloning?