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Name: Nitin Mathew T.
Status: Student
Age: 19
Location: N/A
Country: N/A
Date: Around 2001


Question:
I have two networks each using a separate 8 port ethernet hub. I want to make it a single network without buying a 16 port hub. I have two sockets free on both the hubs.



Replies:
Stop by an Electric supply house and pick up a Cat 5 or 5E "Crossover" Cable and run it between the two hubs. One end has the '568A' cable configuration and the other has the '568B' configuration.

Nick


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