Cisco 2501 and transceiver

Discussion in 'Cisco' started by Lowell, Oct 17, 2003.

  1. Lowell

    Lowell Guest

    I want to connect two Cisco 2501's via AUI port with a transceiver on each
    router. I know that the cable must be crossover (similar devices). But my
    question is about the transceiver. I previously used a Cenrecom 210TS and
    it has a polarity light, now I just got a good deal on a Centrecom MX20T and
    wanted to know if this will work (these have a xit and rcv light). When I
    purchasd them they had an adapter cable attached to them that would also fit
    into AUI. Any experience please let me know. Thanks. BTW this is for a
    home lab.
    Lowell, Oct 17, 2003
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  2. Lowell

    Lowell Guest

    Nevermind. Tested them and they work fine. Also my crossover was good.
    "Lowell" <> wrote in message
    news:_cGjb.1303$...
    > I want to connect two Cisco 2501's via AUI port with a transceiver on each
    > router. I know that the cable must be crossover (similar devices). But

    my
    > question is about the transceiver. I previously used a Cenrecom 210TS and
    > it has a polarity light, now I just got a good deal on a Centrecom MX20T

    and
    > wanted to know if this will work (these have a xit and rcv light). When I
    > purchasd them they had an adapter cable attached to them that would also

    fit
    > into AUI. Any experience please let me know. Thanks. BTW this is for a
    > home lab.
    >
    >
    Lowell, Oct 17, 2003
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    bond007 Guest

    "Lowell" <> wrote in message news:<_cGjb.1303$>...
    > I want to connect two Cisco 2501's via AUI port with a transceiver on each
    > router. I know that the cable must be crossover (similar devices). But my
    > question is about the transceiver. I previously used a Cenrecom 210TS and
    > it has a polarity light, now I just got a good deal on a Centrecom MX20T and
    > wanted to know if this will work (these have a xit and rcv light). When I
    > purchasd them they had an adapter cable attached to them that would also fit
    > into AUI. Any experience please let me know. Thanks. BTW this is for a
    > home lab.


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    Hi!
    You try with D-link Product or Surecom,
    D-link DE-853 model. You can get it anywhere
    BNS
    bond007, Oct 17, 2003
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