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splicing ethernet cable

Posted by smithy123 (My Page) on
Thu, Nov 4, 10 at 18:35

i have one ethernet cable and i would like to attatch 3 heADS to one end. is that possible or will it interphere with something?

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RE: splicing ethernet cable

Each run of Ethernet has to go from "hub device" to "client device". You can't splice it. I could get into the gory details if you want.

Networking engineer

RE: splicing ethernet cable

Nope. You need a switch or hub. You can buy a used hub on eBay for under $10.

RE: splicing ethernet cable

i thought so.

RE: splicing ethernet cable

get a switch it will keep your speed better than a hub!

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