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confirm network.......ing 10 years 10 months ago #15196

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i just want to confirm, if i can directly connect my dsl modem to the switch hub thanks you very much for the info.....
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Question 10 years 10 months ago #15201

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Assuming your DSL modem has an Ethernet port as its output (an RJ45 socket) then you can certainly connect it to a switch/hub. You would normally use a crossover cable for this, but it is quite possible that one or both of your devices would auto-switch so even a normal cable might work. I assume from your question that you want to connect several PCs to your internet connection. If so, check that your ISP hasn't limited you to a single MAC address to prevent this
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Re: confirm network.......ing 10 years 10 months ago #15202

Just to clarify one thing,
If the DSL modem has an RJ-45 jack you would connect it with a straight-through cable to the switch/hub and with a crossover cable to a PC's ethernet card.
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Mine's the other way round!
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Re: confirm network.......ing 10 years 10 months ago #15219

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tnxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxx,.............really appreciate it
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