10BASE2 coax ethernet cable
Apple’s coax cable for 10BASE2 ethernet or thinnet networking.
This Apple 10BASE2 6 foot coaxial cable plugs into the Apple Ethernet Thin Coax Transceiver, M0329. If this coaxial cable is used, no BNC T-connectors or terminators are required. The transceiver will automatically terminate the network if a cable is not attached to one side. This coaxial cable will also terminate the network if no device is attached.
Apple part number is 590-0540-A
Apple’s FriendlyNet 10BASE2 ethernet or thinnet networking.
This M0329 transceiver, with it’s 4 foot cable, plugs into the AAUI ethernet port on your Mac. Coaxial cable is then used between two or more transceivers to network computers and printers. If Apple’s coaxial cable is used, no BNC T-connectors or terminators are required. The transceiver will automatically terminate the network if a cable is not attached to one side. The Apple 10BASE2 coaxial cables will also terminate the network if no device is attached them.
The transceiver can only be used with a Mac or Apple device (eg printer) with an AAUI ethernet connector.
The AAUI ethernet port was introduced with the Quadra 700 and 900, it was a standard port on most Macs until discontinued with the G3. Some PowerBooks and LaserWriters also have this port.
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Network your printer with two or more computers!
ImageWriter II/LQ LocalTalk Option allows you to share your printer with other users over the AppleTalk network. Apple # A9B0314.
The AppleTalk Option board, 670-4201-A sits on top of the Main board of the ImageWriter II or ImageWriter LQ. Printer interface board for LocalTalk networks
Note that the names LocalTalk and AppleTalk are the same thing in relation to this board. Apple renamed it.
Apple 591-0075. Modem Cable from the G4 era, but should will work with any modem using a RJ-11 (telephone cable) port.
10BASE2 ethernet coax
Asante adapter for use with the Apple Ethernet networking system. The Thin Adapter (TN), or transceiver has 2 BNC coaxial ports and a RJ45 ethernet port. Thinnet coaxial cable is then used between two or more transceivers to network computers and printers. This adapter, like Apple’s is self terminating and requires no terminator or BNC T-connector.
Asante FriendlyNet adapter info is found here: www.asante.com/downloads/legacy/fn10tigra.pdf
Update: I found the Adapter to Mac cable (last pic) and it will be included.
RJ-11 ports to DB-9
This adapter (external isolator box) connects the Macintosh 512kE through IIsi to the Digicard/AppleTalk/Localtalk Network with no additional hardware. This adapter is also used to plug into the Digicard Network interface card in the Apple IIe or IIgs. This adapter features RJ-11 port(s) for common telephone cables and uses a DB9 male connector on the computer end. Manufacturers and shapes vary. These adapters are currently Untested and Sold-as-is.
A) 2 – RJ11 ports
B) 1 – RJ11 port
Convert your Mac to modern RJ45 ethernet!
This adapter/transceiver plugs into the AAUI ethernet port on your Mac. A standard RJ45 ethernet cable plugs into the other end to convert or adapt your Mac to RJ-45 ethernet. The AAUI ethernet port was introduced with the Quadra 700 and 900, it was a standard port on most Macs until discontinued with the G3. Some PowerBooks and LaserWriters also have this port.
Current offerings include:
A) Farallon Ethernet Ether10-T Transceiver
B) Farallon Etherwave (2 ethernet ports)(not pictured)
C) new open pkg Asante FriendlyNet 10BASET including manual and ethernet cable.
Computer to computer
RJ45 Male/Male – Crossover cableVarious lengths available
Common ethernet cable
Used for Ethernet / Token Ring, LAN, Category 5eVarious lengths available
In addition, have a couple of 8′ cables with only 4 wires in them. Not sure what they’re used for but contact me if interested.
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Make your iMac wireless!
Apple AirPort Carrier Card Adapter
Apple M8753G/A, 820-1066-A, 630-2938-A Airport Card Adapter. This adapter is for slot-loading G3 iMacs (400MHz or faster) only.
Requires an 802.11b Airport Card (not included).
Network your computers & printers
This 3 pin cable can be used on all LocalTalk adapters. Cables are 7′ or 24′ long and may include the following Apple numbers: 590-0310-B. 590-0413-A, 590-0311-B, 815-0878-A
DB-9 male serial to MiniDin-3 female LocalTalk
The First LocalTalk adapter plugs into the DB-9 pin serial printer port (RS-422) on your early Macintosh. It has 2 LocalTalk ports and uses the 3 pin (MiniDin) LocalTalk cable.
Your order may be filled with any of the following Apple numbers: 590-0254-A, 590-0254-B, 590-0563-A
Most of these adapters have permanent marker writing on them.
External Modem Cable
External Modem Cable, Mini-din 8 to DB25 is used on all Macs from the Plus through the Beige G3. This cable is also used on the Apple IIGS and IIc Plus.
All are 6′. Available New and Used.
Use these RJ-11 cables for your telephone or modem. They are also used for AppleTalk networking with the PhoneNet connectors.
Share your files or network your printer
PhoneNet replaced Apple’s LocalTalk for AppleTalk networking. PhoneNet adapters plug into to 8 pin (MiniDin) serial port of the Apple IIGS and Macintosh Plus to the first G3’s. Networking is done through phones lines with the standard phone RJ11 plug.
There is one NEW adapter available from FastNet – termination is enabled with a switch on the side. There is an assortment of used adapters, most are quantities of one and two. All will work together on the same chain. Apple, Digicard, Farallon, Farallon PhoneNet Plus, Focus TurboNet ST, Power User, Belkin. If you have a preference, let me know and I’ll see if it’s still available.
Lines and adapters are daisy chained throughout the network. Terminators are used at both ends of the chain. I currently do not enough terminators for each one, so they are sold separately.
LocalTalk to PhoneNet
This cable has an RJ11 phone plug on one end and a 3 pin LocalTalk male plug on the other end. Lets you mix and match LocalTalk and PhoneNet adapters.
Asante & DaynaPORT
These SCSi to Ethernet adapters provide a way to connect a Macintosh without an Ethernet port to a network using the computer’s SCSI port. These are used for the early Mac’s without a built in ethernet port such as compact Macs, LC family, Macintosh II family, Duo Docking stations and Powerbooks that have a SCSI port.
All tested and successfully networked an LCIII and a Power Mac 7300 using AppleTalk over EtherTalk. There are a ton of sites outlining what you need to do to use these, please do your own research.
Select from the following:
- DaynaPORT SCSI/Link-T, Model DP0801, has 2 female DB-25 SCSI ports on one end and an RJ45 Ethernet port, selectable SCSI ID, termination switch and power port on the other end.
- Farallon EtherMac SCSI adapter identical to the above (not pictured).
- Dayna Pocket SCSI/Link, Model DP0901 has one female DB-25 and one HDI-30 SCSI port with a terminateable SCSI ID switch on end and an RJ45 Ethernet port and power port on the other end. With ADB passthrough power cable(not pictured).
- Asante EN/SC adapter has 2 female DB-25 SCSI ports, one BNC port and RJ45 port and a SCSI ID switch. This one also has a female DB-15 AUI port and switch on the front (not pictured). Needs external termination.
- Asante EN/SC 10T adapter has 2 female DB-25 SCSI ports, one RJ45 port and a SCSI ID switch. Needs external termination.
- Asante Mini EN/SC adapter has one female DB-25 SCSI port, one BNC and RJ45 ports, SCSI ID and termination switches. This one comes with one SCSI cable for the PowerBook (G below).
- Asante SCSI pass through cable – HDI-30 to DB-25 male/female for PowerBooks
- Asante SCSI pass through cable – DB-25 male to DB-25 male/female
Note: NONE come with an AC power adapter as I have only ever turned up is the Dayna one pictured. All but the Dayna Pocket SCSI/Link* were tested with this adapter.
Input 120V 60Hz 25W.
Output 12 VDC 800ma
Network RS 232
This adapter or converter features a RJ11 female socket in the base and the cable terminates in a DB9 male connector. This item is Untested and Sold-as-is.
Type 3 Media Filter
IEEE 802.5 Token Ring
The Type 3 Media Filter is used to attach a personal computer to the Token-Ring Network when using unshielded twisted-pair telephone wire as loop wiring, it converts 150 ohm shielded twisted-pair to 100 ohm unshielded twisted-pair to IBM PC applications. This component consists of a filter housed in a plastic enclosure, DB9 male connector terminated with an RJ-11 modular plug.