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Connect RJ45 to V.35

Posted on 2004-10-12
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How do I connect wireless Broadband Router with a RJ45 WAN port, to a satellite modem with V.35 interface?? Is there any connector in the market that can convert RJ45 to V.35??
Can anyone help??

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Desmond
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Are you sure the V.35 interface of the modem is meant to plug into your routert?  Buying or making a converter cable may allow you to plug the two together, but that doesn't mean they talk the same language.

If you look up the specs of your two devices, you should be able to determine what language they speak.  Are they both Ethernet?  Are they serial connections?  If one is Ethernet and the other is serial, you'll need some other device to sit between them.

If you post the brand/model of each device, we may be able to help further.

Jeff
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i have a black box v35 (actually its a 232<->V.35)
are you sure yours is a v35, they have a very unusual connector

ibm cable p/n 44h7495
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Turn123,

I think the question was actually answered, therefore deleting it does not seem to be the right thing to do.  I would recommend splitting the points between myself and JRSharpUK.  JR provided a link to do what the author wanted and I mentioned the reasons for not doing this as I looked up background info and realized the two interfaces wouldn't "talk" as they use different communication protocols/signaling.

Jeff
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