In the box
Single AnyPoint 10Mbps PCI Phoneline network card
9ft phone cable
AnyPoint Users Guide
Hardware Installation Guide
Software Installation Guide
We've always recommended buying brand name equipment when it comes to networking. There's nothing more frustrating than troubleshooting a network problem, and buying a brand name usually ensures a hefty users manual and good technical support.
Intel definitely didn't let us down with the AnyPoint documentation. The hardware installation manual is a small fold-out poster that walks you through the physical installation and the initial driver installation.
The Software Installation Manual is another small eight-page fold out that walks you through the software installation. Topic include: Setting User Name and Password (Windows Networking), Running the Sharing and Mapping Software (to share drives over the network), Mapping New Network Devices (in case you add new hardware), Using the Network (printing and copying files across the network, and internet sharing).
The User Manual is an impressive piece of documentation. Weighing in at 83 pages, the manual contains chapters on setting up the network, using network drives and printers, sharing internet access, changing the network, installing AnyPoint software on compatible computers, and troubleshooting. With Intel's wide product distribution, you can bet that the Intel AnyPoint developers made sure that the in-box documentation could answer almost every problem possible to keep those live support costs low.
Currently, you can also download AnyPoint's new Intel Intercom software from Intel's website. Intercom allows users to turn their home network into an intercom system.