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need a diagram

need a diagram

need a diagram

hi every one... does anybody know where i can found a web site in wher i can find a diagram to make a crossover network cable??? i mean in where show me clearly waht color goes in one end and what colors in the other end?
tanks in advance
George MD

RE: need a diagram

ah George, your answer is so simple - you're asking the wrong people!

Address your request to google: "crossover cable diagram" returns this as the top result - http://www.homenethelp.com/web/explain/about-ethernet-c...

<marc>   i wonder what will happen if i press this...

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  • need some help? how to get a better answer: FAQ581-3339

RE: need a diagram

I always have liked this:  http://www.broadbandreports.com/faq/3929

As marcs41 noted, a Google will give you a lot of alternative sites.

As would a keyword Search on Tek-tips.  Either the TCP/IP Forum or the Cabling Forum would return more inforamtion than you may want.  Use "crossover" and click to enable the thread topic search feature.

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