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network 13 years 2 months ago #690

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if one system to hub with cross crimping and an other with straight crimping will the form a workgroup .
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Re: network 13 years 2 months ago #692

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I'm not sure if I understand what you are asking, but if you are asking what type of network cable to use to create your network using a Hub (or a switch for that matter), all computers connecting to a Hub or Switch use a straight through cable. The hub or switch does the crossing over for you. If you connect to computers directly, then you would need a crossover cable between them.

It used to be that to connected 2 hubs or switches together, you needed to use a crossover cable, but that is not necessarily the case anymore, as the newer devices can tell which type of cable you are using and act accordingly.

Hope this answers your question,

Tom.
Thanks,

Tom
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