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What is the internal pin-to-pin wiring order for a serial port 9-pin D-socket/RJ45 adapter?

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Hi.

I wonder if anybody can supply me with the following information.

I am trying to connect my PC to a router?s console port via a CAT 5 UTP ?Rollover/Console? cable, in order to configure the device.

To use the PC?s 9-pin D-socket serial port (COM 2), I have bought an adapter which converts the D-interface to an RJ45 format.

What I need to know is the adapter?s internal wiring pin-to-pin order from its RJ45 to serial interface, so that I can connect it up correctly. The device was supplied without any directions on how to assemble it!

Many thanks for any advice offered.

Tim Clyma.
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is this what you are looking for
http://www.softcom.net/users/fdamico/rs232.htm
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Many thanks Steve for your answer - it was just what I was looking for.
Best regards,
Tim Clyma.
 
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Tim, glad to help
Steve
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