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SubjectRe: NIC as RS232
On Wed, 09 Jan 2008 09:29:41 +0100, Geert Uytterhoeven said:

> We have plenty of DB9-to-RJ45 at work. Very useful when abusing the
> Ethernet cabling in the wall for serial connections (also used for
> phone).
> Maybe surprisingly to you, I haven't seen the RJ11 variant ;-)

I have to admit, the RJ11 variant was from a long time ago, when Ethernet
was still either Thickwire or Thinwire, and this Cat-N stuff was still in
the future, so RJ45 wasn't exactly a common critter. For reference, the
machine involved was an ATT 3B2-400, and some Blit terminals were in the mix,
which tells you just how far back that was.. ;)
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