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Re: MMJ Cable on VS 4000/60


Yes I have a 3-com 4 port lurking around somewhere.  I just have to
find it.  I also have (somewhere!!) some 10Mb cards that I could though
into my main server (also NFS) and put the vax on its own subnet and
use the server as a router.  Have to wait and see what I can find.  Moves
really are difficult ;-)


On Sun, Jan 11, 2009 at 12:45 AM, Carl Lowenstein
<carl.lowenstein%gmail.com@localhost> wrote:
> On Sat, Jan 10, 2009 at 12:45 PM, Andrew Sporner
> <asporner%googlemail.com@localhost> wrote:
>> Now I got to dig around until I can either find a thin-net bridge or my one
>> AUI-10BT converter (since my move I have no idea!).
>> All else fails I have a DLT drive to shuttle things around with.
> You probably remember this already, but lots of Ethernet hubs of that
> vintage had one BNC (10Base2) and several RJ45 (10BaseT) connectors.
> Due to economy of scale (mass production) the hubs were significantly
> less expensive than single-purpose Media Converters from 10Base2 to
> 10BaseT.
>   carl
> --
>    carl lowenstein         marine physical lab     u.c. san diego
>                                                 clowenstein%ucsd.edu@localhost

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