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SubjectRe: NIC as RS232
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On Tue, 08 Jan 2008 08:48:35 +0200, Thanasis said:

> Is there a kernel driver that would make a NIC's port work as a RS232
> port, using the serial cables that are RJ45 on one side and DB9 or DB25
> on the other? Maybe null modem cables of that type ? Or for example
> those used by cisco as console port cables?
>
> (or may be I'm dreaming ;-)

What I *have* seen are connectors that go from DB9/25 to RJ11, not RJ45.
Basically, using the RJ11 to terminate a 4-conductor cable wired up for
serial use. It's often hard to tell an 11 from a 45 unless you look at
it *real* close....
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