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Can I make R45 cable for transmit/sent only?

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    Carl Navarro May 11, 2010

    What do you propose to send only on this "RJ-45" cable?



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For data transfer b/w two computers only,u need 2 use a cross cable and not the normal CAT-45 cable as used in ethernet...

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No, a data transfer cable always need send and receive to be sure the packet of data are reaching the destination.

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