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Does anyone know how to make an RJ45 wire to connect 2 intel based PC's, with out hubs, backbone, anything. I have heard that there is only two wires that get switched, but I don't have the schematic.
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nikhilh earned 140 total points
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For one computer
Connect the wires as from left to right (pin 1) as

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For Other Computer
Connect the wires as from left to right (pin 1) as

White-Orange
Orange
White-Green
Green
White-Blue
Blue
White-Brown
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by:brauner071697
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I think the option below don't work.
You can connect the cards directly, you need a crossed cable with
RJ45 plugs like the figure below

               Crossed cable:

               1----------3
               2----------6
               3----------1
               6----------2

Good luck

Gerd
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by:brauner071697
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I mean the option above not below :-)
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by:engcboy
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1---3
2---6
3---1
4---4  na
5---5  na
6---2
7---7 na
8---8 na
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