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Disconnect the coaxial cables from the transmitter and receiver of your equipment. They may be marked "Output" and "Input."Connect the jumper cable from the transmit jack to the receive jack. This completes your near-end loopback--and, if everything works, the equipment should communicate with itself.Connect the two cables that you disconnected from the equipment together with the coaxial splice. The completes the far-end loopback and the distant equipment should be able to communicate with itself.Restore the cables to their original positions after you complete the test.
Posted on Feb 08, 2012
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