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Want to make a null cable (DB9 F/M)

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Want to make a null cable (DB9 F/M)

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Here is a few links to how this is done.

http://www.loop-back.com/null-mod.html
has the pinouts you need

and

http://www.aggsoft.com/rs232-pinout-cable/nullmodem-db9-to-db9.htm
is F/F but just replace one F with a M to get a F/M cable.

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Note, are you sure it is a NULL cable you need?

If you are connecting with F/M connecters then you may just need a straight through. As Null cables usually have the same sex connectors.

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