I'd need to connect two ethernet board with the two AUI outputs. Can I do it?
If I can, how I have to make the cable?
Thanks in advance. Please answer by mail if possible.
>I'd need to connect two ethernet board with the two AUI outputs. Can I
>If I can, how I have to make the cable?
>Thanks in advance. Please answer by mail if possible.
1 & 2 MUST be a pair, and 3 & 6 MUST be a pair, for this cable to work
Hope this helps.
Datalink Solutions, Inc.
San Diego, CA.
"All the RIGHT Connections!"
On the other hand, if you have a 10BASE-T connection on your card as
well as AUI, you CAN make a perfectly viable 10BASE-T null-modem cable
which can connect two machines without a hub. This works ONLY for two
machines and no more. In this case, just cross-connect TX+ to RX+
and TX- to RX- and you're in business.
What you really need to get is the ethernet FAQ which is updated by
comp.dcom.lans.ethernet. You can get the latest from:
Hope this helps!
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: >Quote:: Messineo) writes:
: Frank, you will need to purchase (unless you have them) 2-AUI to
: 10base2 or 10BaseT transceivers. Use 10Base2 if you plan to hook up
: more than 2 computer (now or later). Then connect coax (with BNC T
: connector & 50 ohm terminator) to each machine.
: If it's 10baseT, use a 10baseT-10baseT cable (it must be a
: 'special' reversed 10baseT cable to work.
: RJ45 RJ45
: 1 3
: 2 6
: 3 1
: 6 2
: 1 & 2 MUST be a pair, and 3 & 6 MUST be a pair, for this cable to work
: Hope this helps.
: Sam Parthemer
: Datalink Solutions, Inc.
: San Diego, CA.
: "All the RIGHT Connections!"
Sam's right on this one. To the pin-out on each connection. Go
with it. I did a simular one but I had an additional ground to*
with. I took the ground to the chassis and it worked fine. Good luck.
Al Schwartz III
If this isn't in the FAQ we should add it..
I have a 10FL to AUI transceiver and a AUI to 10BT transceiver. I need
to connect them together so I have a 10FL to 10BT. Both get power from
what they plug into. A few questions.
1. Can I connect 2 transceivers together?
2. I know its 3 to 5 and 10 to 12 for xover but which pins are power?
3. Is 10BT 12 volt and will the NIC provide enough power to power both
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