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transievers for cisco 9 years 11 months ago #18748

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When i look for 2500 series cisco routers on ebay some of them have transievers and some do not. When is it necessary to use a transiever?
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aui/rj45 9 years 11 months ago #18784

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It appears that you need tranievers to change the AUI type ethernet into an rj45 Type ethernet.
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Re: transievers for cisco 9 years 11 months ago #18787

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That's right. The old AUI interface (Attachment Unit Interface) allowed you to plug in whatever transciever device you needed for the physical medium you were connecting to. So if you want an RJ45 copper connection get hold of an RJ45 to AUI transciever unit and plug it in. They're simple and cheap; you should be able to get one off Ebay for next to nothing and some catalogues and vendors still sell them. These days however AUI is largely defunct and you'll only find it on legacy kit
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2514 9 years 11 months ago #18800

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so do you think using a 2514 is a good option to practice setting up internet and lan to lan routing ? Or is it to legacy to practice and study for ccna
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Re: transievers for cisco 9 years 11 months ago #18817

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No reason why you shouldn't use it for both
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