>Please can you confirm that this will work, as I am not entirely sure.
>Currently we have a network with a 10base2 backbone connecting several hubs
>to each other then on to a server box. We want to add a switch for future
>upgrading, but can't afford complete re-wiring. We can connect the server to
>one switch port easily as it has a combo card in it. The problem is
>connecting the backbone to another port. Is is possible to buy an RJ45-AUI
>transceiver, then connect that directly to an AUI-BNC transceiver and connect
>the backbone to the BNC connector and the RJ45 connector to the switch? If
You can get cheap microhubs which handle from 4 - 8 ports UTP to aQuote:>anyone knows of a better/cheaper way to do it, please tell me. Is it possible
>to do the same job with a hub with a BNC connector?
10base2. They are are a home network commodity item and priced in the
UK from about GBP25 + vat. This is about the same price, or cheaper,
than two AUI converters.
If you are in the UK see
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