Farallon Ether10-T Starlet/4 - What is it? How can I program it?
I found this in my cable draw (Farallon Ether10-T Starlet/4) and I am wondering - What is it? How can I program it? I remember my coworker using it as a hub/switch? back in 1996 to connect his desktop to his laptop and both to an office lan. I tried using it as a hub with mixed results (collisions) but I don't know how to get into the box via IP (it's not 192.168.0.1) and I can't find anything on the web about it. I do remember something strange about twisted pair vs. something else, but all of this reminds me of the Commodore days. Anyone here remember how to use this antique? Thanks!!!!
jigs in nepal
ps. Can't even find the company website online?!?
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Try using a can of compressed air and blow air through the vent grille/holes to clear out accumulated dust. Look for more than one vent and blow air through all of them. Do NOT shake the can of compressed air before use. You can buy a can of compressed air at any office supply or computer store.
It seems, you had disconnect the cables and bulb fitting.
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You can fix the problem this way (use a multi tester / AVO meter) : 1.While
car in off, check resistance of each wire to body. The one that has 0 ( lowest)
resistance is earth (ground) 2.Start
the car, turn on hi beam, measure the voltage of the rest of wires to the
earth. The one has DC voltage(
12-13VDC) is Hi beam positive ( +)
cable. 3.The rest is Low beam positive cable
Hello, I had the same problem. windows draw has been working for years under Windows XP then suddenly impossible. I think there is a conflict with others programs i installed.
I found THE solution after reading many topics on the net :
Install acrobat reader 4 on your system. Then run acrobat reader 4. Last, run Micrografx windows draw 6 while acrobat reader 4 is running on your system too.
Maybe it works with a more recent version of acrobat reader but i didn't try. Maybe this solution works also with windows draw 5 but i didn't try.
Hubs are just distribution points, so they are pretty simple pieces of hardware.
If port 3 is lit up, with nothing plugged into it, I would say that it is probably a bad port.
Which can bother the rest of the ports (maybe, maybe not) A lit port with nothing in it can be a sign that it is probably "jabbering".
Since this is only a 10mbps hub, I don't know if I would spend too much time troubleshooting it. If it does have problems, I would just replace it. You can get a 10/100 switch which is a much better distribution point for under $30.
As for using #3 as an up-link port, I vote no. I would just plug that port off, and not use it for anything. A solid light in the middle of a bank with nothing in it is a bad sign.