>From: "Ian Moroney" <imoroney at hotmail.com>
>To: ilug at linux.ie>Subject: Re: [ILUG] Network cards
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I think that you're right about the cable. David ryan mentioned a
"crossover" cable in his reply, and I had a look at the Maplin on-line site.
The cable that I bought was yellow in colour and doesn't mention anything
about crossover. The crossover ones that Maplin sell are grey, so maybe I do
have the wrong one!
I'll try for one locally in Limerick tomorrow.
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