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cross over cable 11 years 1 month ago #9739

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:? hey guys i was told by some one that i can connect a cisco router with a cross over cable.... any more inputs on this.. as im not shure if it'll wrk or not....
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Re: cross over cable 11 years 1 month ago #9740

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:? hey guys i was told by some one that i can connect a cisco router with a cross over cable.... any more inputs on this.. as im not shure if it'll wrk or not....
***** connect two cisco router with a cross over cable*******
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Re: cross over cable 11 years 1 month ago #9741

Yes, you can use a cross over cable (DCE cable) and DTE cable to eliminate the cost of a DSU/CSU if you just want to connect to routers together for lab testing. Connect the DCE cable to a DTE cable and then to the routers. Make sure you turn on the clock to the router connected to the DCE cable using the "clock rate <speed>" IOS command. For more info refer to Chapter 4 CCNA Intor Exam Certification Guide.
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Re: cross over cable 11 years 1 month ago #9745

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thanxx buddy... had few more queries will it work with all different sorts of routing [rip,igrp, eigrp, ospf, static etc].... im bit confused :roll:
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Re: cross over cable 11 years 1 month ago #9747

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Using a crossover to directly connect the routers together works and is simple. You can also use dce/dte cables on the serial ports as well which would save you using an ethernet port.
If your router has an auxiliary user interface (AUI) port you can get different transeivers, I believe, which you could use to connect them together.
You can also connect them if you have WICs installed (Wan Interface Cards) but these are made for WAN connectivity obviously.

This might help:
http://www.duxcw.com/dcforum/DCForumID2/1883.html
Next would be SP (Service Provider)
CCNA, CCNP (Switching), CCIE#20640
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Re: cross over cable 11 years 1 month ago #9748

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:idea: cooll stuff Tarun...thnxxx.. ill go through the info provided... 8)
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