AirPort Base Station with Dual Ethernet
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AirPort Base Station with Dual Ethernet


The Apple AirPort Base Station with Dual Ethernet is a wireless router that was designed, manufactured, and sold by Apple from 2001 to 2003 as part of the AirPort Base Station series. The base station has been introduced on 13 November 2001, and its price started at $299. The new AirPort Base Station features a WLAN port for DSL routing, Windows PC support, 128-bit encryption, and the possibility to connect up to 50 devices. This AirPort has been discontinued on 7 January 2003 and has been replaced by AirPort Extreme Base Station.

Today AirPort Base Station with Dual Ethernet is 19 years old!

AirPort Base Station with Dual Ethernet – General information

Overview

Introduced13 November 2001
Discontinued7 January 2003
Model NumberM8440
Order NumberM8209LL/A
Price$299
Weight1.65 Ibs.
748.42 Grams
Dimensions6.9″ D x 3.2″ H
17.52 cm D x 8.12 cm H

Wireless

Wireless Data RangeUp to 11 Mbps
Range150 ft.
50 m
CompatibilityWi-Fi (802.11b)
Frequency2.4 GHz
Radio Output Power15 dBm (nominal)
SecurityWEP (40-bit encryption)
Capacity50 users
Supported ProtocolsAppleTalk
TCP/IP
NAT
DHCP
UDP
FTP
PPPoE
L2TP
DNS
IPSec/VPN Passthrough
SNMP
Telnet

Connections

Ports2 – RJ-45
1 – RJ-11 for built-in 56k modem
StorageNone
AirPlayNo
Power over EthernetNo

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