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Re[2]: [SLE] Eth0 and eth1
  • From: dan07 <dan07@xxxxxxx>
  • Date: Thu, 2 Aug 2001 12:24:23 +0300
  • Message-id: <61665381.20010802122423@xxxxxxx>
Hello stephane,

Wednesday, August 01, 2001, 5:25:46 PM, you wrote:

sp> Donnie Linville wrote:
>>
>> I assigned eth0 on the Pentium IP-192.168.0.4 and eth1 on the
>> main machine IP-192.168.0.1.The cable goes directly from one card to the
>> other.The host name/server list for eth0 on the Pentium I have played with,
>> giving it my ISP's addresses and names, giving it eth1 on my main machines
>> addresses, giving it nothing at all and it dosen't work.I tried pinging the
>> both of them and nothing.Any suggestions?Or an overview of how this should be
>> set up?Thanks for the help so far!!!!

sp> the first point that should be checked is your cable.... if you want to link 2 boxes directly, you must have a crossed cable...
sp> the wires should go this way...

sp> end 1 end 2
sp> 1 3
sp> 2 4
sp> 3 1
sp> 4 2
sp> 5 7
sp> 6 8
sp> 7 5
sp> 8 6

sp> Then you can go on with testing your network...

sp> stephane


I have two links
http://www.links.ru/cbl/etherTPxTP.html

http://wired.hard.ru/data/cables/ca_Ethernet10BaseTCrossover.shtml

where is truth

--
B/r,
dan07 mailto:dan07@xxxxxxx



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