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Transfering data from one computer to another

How to transfer data from one computer to another using Cat 5E
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  • lowelllynn Sep 12, 2008

    I have a RS-232C Cable. I want to transfer data from one computer to another. How do I do that. or how do I connect the two computers?
    Lowell Lynn

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You can check this link for the step by step way on how to setup that type of file sharing http://www.conniq.com/WinXPNetworking_Ethernet_direct_connection.htm

Hope that helps..........

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Use a crossover cable.

On the first computer.

1. Clicks start then run then type in ncpa.cpl
2. Right click on local area connection then click on properties.
3. Click on TCP/IP and click on properties.
4. Type in as an ip 192.168.1.5
5. SUbnet 255.255.255.0

On the second computer.

1. Clicks start then run then type in ncpa.cpl
2. Right click on local area connection then click on properties.
3. Click on TCP/IP and click on properties.
4. Type in as an ip 192.168.1.6
5. SUbnet 255.255.255.0

On both computers Right clck on My computer then click properties. make sure that they have the same WORKGROUP name and different computer name.

On a folder go to Tools then folder options. Select the option for View then select USE SIMPLE FILE SHARING.
on any one of the computers that you want to share the files. Just right clck on the folder you want to share then clck on Sharing. Enable sharing.

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    Thomas Lim Sep 12, 2008

    It is very much possible to do it with the cable that you have but it will be very slow and impractical for any use unfortunately.

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Connect a cat 5E jack on one end. Start with a 568B connection at the jack. ... I took thecomputer to another cat 5 location, and it worked fine. ... and here is the useful link.. about it

  1. www.lanshack.com/cat5e-tutorial.aspx . thank usir.. rate it..

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I think there is no way to do that. You CAN do it, however, with a crossover cable. It looks the same as a regular cable, but it's not. With the crossover cable, just connect the two computers and give 'em two IP's in the same network. Then enable file sharing and it should work. Sorry, I can't go into much detail because I haven't done that in a looong time, but I think that's about it. Hope it helps.

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