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Old 07-01-2012
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Networking cable problem !

I currently share my Internet connection between 2 PCs using 2 NICs & a 30m piece of Cat 5e cross-over that is wired through the house when it was built, I am about to change my router to a wireless one and need the cable to be a straight is it possible to convert this cable ? A friend told me connect a second cross-over cable to the first, using a straight-thru connector to make it a straight would this work ?

Any help would be appreciated

Stu
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Old 08-01-2012
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Re: Networking cable problem !

I Think that you can do the same, I mean that just connect a second cross-over cable to the first using Polarized Nano Connectors and to make the task easy better use a crimper, just try it out and let me know if it works or not.
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