network advice

  I-W 20:09 07 Jun 03

we are trying to connect computers together to share the same isp what cbles do we need to go with hub?

  recap 20:15 07 Jun 03

You will need an RJ45 straight through cable.

  Kitz E Kat 22:10 07 Jun 03

As recap said you need RJ45 Cables Preferably CAT 5e. If you are only going to connect one or two computers and they are fairly close you can buy these made up in various lengths at your local computer shop.
However if they are any distance apart Ie different floors or you have a lot of computers , say over five or so , then you might be better buyiig the cable and the connectors and a RJ54 Crimping tool and making your own.

Its a bit tricky but a couple of attempts and youll get the hang of it. There are 8 wires in the cable, the important thing is that they are in the same sequence on each end in the plug. They do not have to be in any particular sequence, just so long as they are the same.
Any half decent shop where you can get this stuff will show yo how to do it.
Its worth doing your own as its is much cheaper in the long run. And you can call yourself a network engineer!!!!
Hope this helps
Kitz E Kat

  Piqxel 23:00 07 Jun 03

You can also buy network kits containing the network cards and cables. This may be a more straightforward route. Shop around for the best price.

  I-W 13:29 08 Jun 03

is there anyway i can link up my nokia 3510 to the computer to download tunes, if so what do i need?

  Piqxel 21:48 08 Jun 03

You can buy a datacable for your phone to downloadnew ringtones. The software is probably provided with the cable.

I know I can buy a cable for my Ericsson that does the same thing.


This thread is now locked and can not be replied to.

The Legend of Zelda Breath of the Wild review: Five hours with Zelda on the Nintendo Switch

1995-2015: How technology has changed the world in 20 years

How the painting-like animated sequences in A Monster Calls were created by Glassworks Barcelona

The 22 best Safari extensions | Best Safari plugins: Improve Apple's Safari web browser with these…