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USB-C Host Port
The USB-C Port will allow the Host Computer to connect to
any device that is connected to the Docking Station while
charging the Host Computer.
Connecting a Host Using the USB-C Port
1. Connect a USB-C Cable to the USB-C Port on the Docking
Station.
2. Connect the other end of the USB-C Cable to a USB-C Port
on the Host Computer.
USB-C Port
The USB-C Port can be used as charging ports (e.g. Cell Phone,
Tablet, etc.) or can be used to connect a USB storage device
(e.g. Flash Drive) to display data/les on the connected Host
Computer or used with a USB Peripheral Device (Keyboard,
Mouse, etc.).
1. Connect a USB-C Cable to the USB-C Port on the Docking
Station.
2. Connect the other end of the USB-C Cable to a USB Port on
the USB Device.
RJ45 Port (Network Device)
1. Connect a CAT5e/CAT6 Cable’s RJ45 Connector to the
RJ45 Port on the Docking Station.
2. Connect the other RJ45 Connector to an RJ45 Port on your
compatible Network Device.
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