Re: network problem - local network setup
Date: Mon, 24 Nov 2003 20:54:53 +0100
Gareth Ansell wrote:
>> - I'm connecting those two pc's by a Thinewire Ethernet cable,
> Is that a cross over cable? If not you'll have to go via a hub.
As far as I can remember, when connecting pc's by use of thinwire eth (10
Mbits) it's not necessary to use a hub - this system is used as a backbone.
May be I'm wrong - but each pc is connected by a T-plug, only at each end of
the network you have to use terminators (50 or 75 ohm ???).
Any further ideas what could be wrong ??
Besten Dank / Thank you very much
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