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Bought a baystack 252, any way to change segments without a 250?

Bought a baystack 252, any way to change segments without a 250?

Bought a baystack 252, any way to change segments without a 250?

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I goofed and bought a Baystack 252 for my home.  It's a 10/100 Hub, but in order to change any settings you need a Baystack 250 to control the 252.  My problem is, for whatever reason by default 10mpbs hosts are segmented from the 100mbps hosts.  This is a problem since I bought this thing for LAN parties and not everyone has 100mbps NICs.  Anyone have any ideas on how I can change this without getting a Baystack 250?

RE: Bought a baystack 252, any way to change segments without a 250?

The 252 does not have a bridge between the 10 and 100 segments. You need a master hub with cascade cable. Master hubs are either Baystack 250 or 253 which both have the bridge.
Steve

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