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From: Michael Holmes <maholmes@xxxxxxxxxx>
Date: Fri, 3 Mar 2000 02:04:56 -0600
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Thanks.  And yes, it is ethernet, I tried to use the serial cable, and it took
16 hours to install office on the laptop, and now I am wanting to do a network
install of redhat 6.0  I cannot get the slackware to recognize the mouse, and I
want to keep the trackball, with the laptop, and not have to carry the mouse


On Thu, 02 Mar 2000, you wrote:
> I assume a null cable is another name for a crossover cable...
> Hold the plug pointing upward, and the clip facing away from you (you
> should see the metal contacts). The wire on the far left is number one.
> Use the chart below. The number on the left side is the pin on the first
> plug, and the other number is the pin it matches to on the other end of the
> cable. 10BaseT really only uses four of the eight wires, so you can match
> the other wires to the same position on the other end.
> 1 ==> 3
> 2 ==> 6
> 3 ==> 1
> 6 ==> 2
> Remember to mark the cable somehow, so you don't use it as a regular cable.
> John
> >Does anybody know which wires to swap to make a null network cable.
> >(ethernet)
> >
> >I have ehernet on the cpu, and on the laptop.
> >
> >
> >--
> >Michael A. Holmes
> >
> >He who laughs last thinks slowest. :-)
> >
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Michael A. Holmes

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