3com 1625-0

From: SP <spedraja_at_ono.com>
Date: Tue Dec 4 02:12:44 2001


>> My guess would be that the mini-scsi connectors aren't scsi but in fact
>> some type of cascading connection. So that multiple hubs can act as a
>> single hub.
>Correct, they link the hub to a managed hub. You need a hub with the
>management module installed, though.
>I'm not sure if it'll do anything without the managed hub, but I guess I
>could look in my docs to find out for sure.

I'll agree it, sincerely. My doubts are, mainly:

* Can I connect the hub directly to 220 volts AC ?
   It appears possible if I've read correctly the AC connector info.
* How must I connect the RG58 cables ? Must I put a Ethetnet 'T'
  with a terminator in the computer BNC connector or not ?
* Finally, the link connectors and you suggestion about the link
  to one managed hub.

Thanks and Greetings

Received on Tue Dec 04 2001 - 02:12:44 GMT

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