How To Use A Targus DOCK419 Docking Station
Thee DocKtor put together a video showing, in detail, how to unbox, connect and use a Targus DOCK419 Docking Station.
The video shows the dock in use with various host devices including PCs, MacBooks, Chromebooks, Android and Linux devices, even Thin Clients.
Downstream connections are also shown for USB, Ethernet/Internet, and of course audio and video display monitors. The DocKtor shows connection scenarios supporting work-from-home, school-from-home and connection to TVs.
This video is helpful to anybody wanting to understand not only the Targus DOCK419 but also many other USB-C Alternate mode docking stations. Many will find the video useful as a primer to USB-C technologies.
Gigabit Ethernet Features
The RJ45 Ethernet port on the DOCK419 Item -54 and Item -94 are based on the ASIX AX88179. It supports the performance, security, and features shown here including “wire-speed” GbE, PXE Boot, WOL, and MAC Address Pass-Thru. The approved AX88179 Windows and macOS driver installers are posted to the Targus Support Site. All other drivers for the ASIX AX88179 can be downloaded from the ASIX Support Site.
The RJ45 Ethernet port on all other DOCK419 are based on the Realtek RTL8153B. It supports the performance, security, and features shown here including “wire-speed” GbE, PXE Boot, WOL, and MAC Address Pass-Thru. The approved RTL8153B Windows, macOS, and Linux driver installers are posted to the Targus Support Site.
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