Network interface

Network interface refers to the various interfaces of network devices, and the network interfaces that we are using today are all Ethernet interfaces.

RJ-45 interface

RJ-45 interface is our most common network equipment interface, RJ-45 connector, a twisted pair Ethernet interface type. This interface can be used in 10Base-T Ethernet, 100Base-TX Ethernet, 1000Base-TX Ethernet.

Mario Android TV Box use the RJ-45 interface connect the network.

RJ-11 interface

The RJ-11 connector is similar to the RJ-45 connector but has only 4 pins (8 for RJ-45). In computer systems, RJ-11 is mainly used to connect modem modems.

SC optical interface

The SC optical interface has been applied in the 100Base-TX Ethernet era. There are many types of optical interfaces. The SC optical interface is mainly used in the office network switching environment, and is provided on some high-performance Ethernet switches and routers.

FDDI interface

FDDI is the most advanced transmission rate in the mature LAN technology. It has the characteristics of a timed token protocol, supports multiple topologies, and the transmission media is optical fiber. The transfer rate can reach 100Mbps.

AUI interface

The AUI interface is designed to connect thick coaxial cables. In earlier networks, such interfaces were connected to hubs and switches to form a network. The AUI-to-RJ-45 interface enabled 10Base-T Ethernet Network connection.

BNC interface

BNC is a connector specially designed for connection with a thin coax cable. The most common application of this connector is the separate display signal interface, which is the interface for inputting the display separately in red, green, blue and horizontal, vertical scanning frequency, Interference is smaller.

Console interface

Ethernet switches that can be network-managed generally have a "Console" port, which is dedicated to configuring and managing the switch. Connecting and configuring switches through the console port are steps you must take to configure and manage the switch. Console port is the most common, most basic switch management and configuration port.