Question about Allied Telesyn CentreCOM MR820TR (AT-MR820TR-15A) Networking Hub
Are you using the 10Base2 coax outlet, the AIU port or the 8port 10BaseT outlets? Also are you using port #8 which is an uplink port and not meant to be connected to another computer? This hub, although rather old, has auto MDI/MDI-X which can accept either straight or cross-over cabling on ports 1-7 and a switchable port #8. Just make sure your cables are pinned correctly. Otherwise, hubs are meant to JUST work. Although this particular hub MAY prevent/hinder DHCP requests (it does prevent DHCP type Boot LAN requests), which means you might want to try connecting between two computers who have a static IP address and are on the same subnet. ZT3000 "Beta tester of "0"s and "1's"
Posted on Aug 21, 2007
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