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Guest_Tony_*

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Hi,

Im just wondering, is it possible to have one network cable connected DIRECTLY to the network cards on both computers and not use a hub and network that way?

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warriorscot

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Yes. its possible you set up the ip adresses maualy.
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Guest_Tony_*

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Cool, thank you.


<resolved> <---- hope it was ok to put this here
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SoccerDad

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Note: you will need a crossover cable to connect two NICS directly.

cya, SD
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