Re: Does my server nic (3c905c-tx) need to be connected to my hub's uplink port?

Re: Does my server nic (3c905c-tx) need to be connected to my hub's uplink port?


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Posted by Bert on May 09, 2001 at 01:54:48:

In Reply to: Does my server nic (3c905c-tx) need to be connected to my hub's uplink port? posted by Jason on September 14, 2000 at 19:28:24:

: We recently installed DSL on a LAN forcing the server's nic connection to be moved out of the uplink port of my hub. Now the nic can't make a connection. How do I remedy this problem?

I suggest that you check the ethernet cable to see if it is a crossover or a straight thru.

If I guess correctly, you probably have a cross over cable. If that is the case you'll want a straight thru (the usual kind) ethernet cable to connect your server to the hub.

Other things to check would be the port speed to ensure that both the hub and server are using the same speed (10/100 and half/full duplex).


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