Re: Are there faster waps than dwl2100AP
- From: John Navas <spamfilter1@xxxxxxxxxxxxxx>
- Date: Thu, 22 Jul 2010 14:51:01 -0700
On Thu, 22 Jul 2010 13:27:30 -0700, in
<8arntkF4vgU1@xxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxx>, Mike Easter <MikeE@xxxxxxxxxxxx>
John Navas wrote:
There is usually no need for a crossover cable -- most ports these days
are self-configuring -- so try it first, just get a cheap crossover
cable if the port won't enable otherwise.
Let me carry that logic one step further.
If the typical router is so smart about sensing what kind of ethernet
(crossover vs normal) is connected to it and 'switch'/reverse itself
It's usually in the port chip.
does that mean that the typical modern router - functioning
as a router - could be connected to a computer on its LAN by a
/crossover/ cable instead of a normal cable and the router/switch would
be able to figure that out and adjust accordingly?
It will probably work, depending on the hardware at both ends.
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