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The below is bit of an epic, but to cut it short, can BNC & RJ45 networks cooperate/communicate?
As I'm finding it impossible to find a PCI BNC network card, I'm wondering if it is possible to have a mixed BNC & RJ45 network?
The current setup is all BNC, like this:
..............................(56k, or ADSL*)
* ADSL not yet available here, but may be in the next year or so, hence if we got ADSL, I'd like to have the linux router as a firewall.
Also have separate laptop, but I have to switch the phone connection from 'Duron' to it, which obviously disconnects all the others from the internet, which isn't great.
Although all the cards also have RJ45 sockets, I don't want to have to rewire the house for RJ45 to a fancy central router.
'Duron' is going to be upgraded and its new motherboard will have an RJ45 socket. I would take its PCI BNC card and put it in Zippy_2 (well zippy is just getting the old duron internals so can't use the ISA NIC). So here's my new network setup idea:
** One ISA for BNC, one ISA for RJ45 for 'Andrew' & one PCI for RJ45.
I'd like all the computers to be on the same network and be able to get on the internet, play actionQ2, and share files & printers. Could someone let me know if this is possible or is it a crazy thinking?
If I can find a PCI BNC card, I could maybe do this:
**** 'Andrew' would have RJ45 on the motherboard to connect to 'Laptop', and an PCI card for the BNC line network.
EDIT: NOTE THE DOTS "........" I HAD TO PUT IN BECAUSE AFTER I POSTED IT SPACES WERE REMOVED. THE LINES OF DOTS ARE JUST THERE TO PUSH THE "|" THINGS INTO THE RIGHT PLACE TO SHOW THE NETWORK CONNECTIONS.
Last edited by Mr Marmmalade; 07-17-2004 at 08:51 AM.